The experience of hearing voices: An interpretative phenomenological analysis.

@inproceedings{Knudson2002TheEO,
  title={The experience of hearing voices: An interpretative phenomenological analysis.},
  author={Benjamin Knudson and Adrian Gerard Coyle},
  year={2002}
}
This article presents an analysis of two case studies of people who hear voices. In accordance with a phenomenological approach, the meanings which the participants attribute to their voices are highlighted in the analysis (specifically in relation to the nature and origin of the voices) and the influence which these interpretations have on their efforts at managing and reducing their disruptive effects is explored. It is concluded that if this analysis has accessed general processes in voice… CONTINUE READING

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