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Announcing a collection of essays on voice-hearing in The Lancet

Hearing the Voice is delighted to draw our readers’ attention to a collection of five articles on voice-hearing that has been published recently in The Lancet’s ‘Art of Medicine’ section. Written by Hearing the Voice researchers, the articles in the series explore the ways in which insights from the humanities and social sciences can deepen and enrich scientific, clinical and public understandings of hearing voices.

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Sam Warner on ‘Visions, voices, dissociated parts and child sexual abuse: From living life in crisis to moving on to recovery’, Joint Special Interest Group in Psychosis, 24 February 2016, 5.30-7pm

The next meeting of the Joint Special Interest Group in Psychosis (JSIGP), featuring a presentation by Dr Sam Warner (Salford University) on ‘Visions, voices, dissociated parts and child sexual abuse: From living life in crisis to moving on to recovery’ will be held on Wednesday 24 February 2016 from 5.30 – 7 pm in Kenworthy Hall, St Mary’s College, Durham University

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HtV Research Seminar: Dr Sam Wilkinson on ‘Explanation and explanatory power in psychiatry: the case of voice-hearing’, Durham, 11 February 2016, 5pm

The first seminar in the 2016 Hearing the Voice Research Seminar series, featuring a presentation by Dr Sam Wilkinson (Department of Philosophy, Durham University) on ‘Explanation and explanatory power in psychiatry: The case of voice-hearing’, will take place in the Joachim Room in the College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University (number 30 on this map) on Thursday 11 February 2016, 5 pm – 7 pm.

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Understanding unusual experiences in children and young people: Can you help Lulu the rabbit?

Having a hallucination for the first time can be a really difficult experience, but sometimes it’s even harder to describe that experience to another person. Over the past few years, HtV team member Renaud Jardri and his group of researchers at the University of Lille have put together the MHASC app, an excellent new tool for asking about hallucinations and other unusual experiences in children.

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