A–Z Publications


Journal Articles

Alderson-Day, B. ‘The Silent Companions‘, The Psychologist, April 2016.

Alderson-Day, B., Bernini, M. and Fernyhough, C. (2017). ‘Uncharted Features and Dynamics of Reading: Voices, Characters and Crossings of Experiences‘, Consciousness and Cognition, 49, 98-109.

Alderson-Day, B., and Fernyhough, C. (2016). Auditory verbal hallucinations: Social but how? Journal of Consciousness Studies, 23, 163-194.

Alderson-Day, B., Diederen, K., Fernyhough, C., Ford, J., Horga, G., Margulies, D., McCarthy-Jones, S., Northoff, G., Shine, J., Turner, J., van de Ven, V., van Lutterveld, R., Waters, F., and Jardri, R. 2016). Auditory hallucinations and the brain’s resting-state networks: Findings and methodological observationsSchizophrenia Bulletin, 42, 1110-1123.

Alderson-Day, B. & Fernyhough, C. (2014). More than one voice: Investigating the phenomenological properties of inner speech requires a variety of methods. Commentary on Hurlburt, Heavey and Kelsey (2013), Toward a phenomenology of inner speaking. Consciousness and Cognition, 24, 113-114.

Alderson-Day, B. & Fernyhough, C. (2015). Inner speech: Development, cognitive functions, phenomenology, and neurobiology. Psychological Bulletin, 141(5), 931–965.

Alderson-Day, B. & Fernyhough, C. (2015). Relations among questionnaire and experience sampling measures of inner speech: a smartphone app study. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 517.

Alderson-Day, B. (Online version 2014) Verbal problem-solving difficulties in autism spectrum disorders and atypical language development. Autism Research.

Alderson-Day, B., McCarthy-Jones, S. & Fernyhough, C. (2015). Hearing voices in the resting brain: A review of intrinsic functional connectivity research on auditory verbal hallucinations. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 55, 78–87.

Alderson-Day, B., McCarthy-Jones, S., Bedford, S., Collins, H., Dunne, H., Rooke, C. & Fernyhough, C. (2014) Shot through with voices: Dissociation mediates the relationship between varieties of inner speech and auditory hallucination proneness. Consciousness and Cognition, 27: 288–296.

Alderson-Day, B., Weis, S., McCarthy-Jones, S., Moseley, P., Smailes, D. & Fernyhough, C. (Online 2015). The brain’s conversation with itself: Neural substrates of dialogic inner speech. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience.

Bentall, R.B. (2014) The search for elusive structure: A promiscuous realist case for researching specific psychotic experiences such as hallucinations. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40 (Suppl 4): S198-S201.

Bernini, M. & Woods, A. (2014). Interdisciplinarity as cognitive integration: Auditory verbal hallucinations as a case study. WIREs Cognitive Science 5(5): 603-612.

Bernini, M. (2014). Supersizing narrative theory: On intention, material agency and extended mind-workers. In Special issue of Style (Cognitive Literary Study: Second generation approaches, Eds. Caracciolo, M. and Kukkonen, K.) 48(3), 349-366.

Bernini, M. (2015). Crawling creating creatures: On Beckett’s liminal minds. The European Journal of English Studies, 19(1): 39-54.

Callard, F. & Fitzgerald, D. (2014). Experimental control: What does it mean for a participant to ‘feel free’? Consciousness & Cognition. 27, 231-232.

Callard, F. & Margulies, D.S. (2014). What we talk about when we talk about the default mode network. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 619, 1-5.

Callard, F. (2014). Psychiatric diagnosis: The indispensability of ambivalence. Journal of Medical Ethics, 40(8):526-30.

Callard, F., Bracken, P., David, A.S. & Sartorius, N. (2013). Has psychiatric diagnosis labelled rather than enabled patients? The BMJ, 347:f4312.

Callard, F., Smallwood, J., Golchert, J. & Margulies, D.S. (2013). The era of the wandering mind? Twenty-first century research on self-generated mental activity. Frontiers in Psychology, 4: 891.

Cook, C. (2013). The prophet Samuel, hypnagogic hallucinations and the voice of God – Psychiatry and sacred texts. British Journal of Psychiatry 203(5): 380-380.

Cook, C. (2015). Religious psychopathology: The prevalence of religious content of delusions and hallucinations in mental disorder. International Journal for Social Psychiatry, 61(4): 404-425.

Corstens, D., Longden, E., McCarthy-Jones, S., Waddingham, R. & Thomas, N. (2014). Emerging perspectives from the Hearing Voices Movement: implications for research and practice. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Davis, P., Meins, E. & Fernyhough, C. (2013) Individual differences in children’s private speech: The role of imaginary companions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 116 (3): 561-71.

Davis, P.E., Meins, E. & Fernyhough, C. (2014). Children with imaginary companions focus on mental characteristics when describing their real-life friends. Infant and Child Development, 23(6): 622–633.

Deamer, F. & Wilkinson, S. (2014). The speaker behind the voice: Therapeutic practice from the perspective of pragmatic theory. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 817, 1-5.

Dein, S. & Cook, C. (2015) God put a thought into my mind: The charismatic Christian experience of receiving communications from God. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 18(2): 97-113.

de Sousa, P., Sellwood, W., Spray, A., Fernyhough, C., and Bentall, R. (2016). ‘Inner Speech and Clarity of Self-concept in Thought Disorder and Auditory Verbal Hallucinations‘, The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 204, 885-893.

Fernyhough, C. & Waters, F. (2014) Special supplement introduction: Hallucinations. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(Suppl 4): S195-S197.

Fernyhough, C. (2014). The art of medicine: Hearing the voice. The Lancet, 384, 1090-1091.

Fernyhough, C. (2015). Listening to the voices. The Lancet, 386(10009): 2124–2125.

Firth, L., Alderson-Day, B., Woods, N. & Fernyhough, C. (2015). Imaginary companions in childhood: Relations to imagination skills and autobiographical memory in adults. Creativity Research Journal, 27(4), 308–313.

Fitzgerald, D. & Callard, F. (2014) Social science and neuroscience beyond interdisciplinarity: Experimental entanglements. Theory, Culture & Society, 32(1): 3-32.

Ford, J., Morris, S., Hoffman, R., Sommer, I., Waters, F., McCarthy-Jones, S., Thoma, R., Turner, J., Keedy, S., Badcock, J. & Cuthbert, B. (2014). Studying hallucinations within the NIMH RDoC Framework. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Garratt, P. (2015). Voices and the imaginative ear. The Lancet, 386(10010): 2248–2249.

Garrison, J.R., Fernyhough, C., McCarthy-Jones, S., Haggard, M., The Australian Schizophrenia Research Bank & Simons, J.S. (2015). Paracingulate sulcus morphology is associated with hallucinations in the human brain. Nature Communications, 6, 8956.

Hurlburt, R. T., Alderson-Day, B., Fernyhough, C., and Kühn, S. (2017). Can inner experience be apprehended in high fidelity? Examining brain activation and experience from multiple perspectivesFrontiers in Psychology, 8, 43.

Hurlburt, R. T., Alderson-Day, B., Kühn, S., and Fernyhough, C. (2016). Exploring the ecological validity of thinking on demand: Neural correlates of elicited vs. spontaneously occurring inner speechPLoS ONE, 11(2): e0147932.

Hurlburt, R.T., Alderson-Day, B., Fernyhough, C., & Simone Kühn, S. (2015). What goes on in the resting-state? A qualitative glimpse into resting-state experience in the scanner. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1535, 1-16.

Jardri, R., Bartels-Velthuis, A., Debbané, M., Jenner, J., Kelleher, I., Dauvillier, Y., Plazzi, G., Demeulemeester, M., David, C., Rapoport, J., Dobbelaere, D., Escher, S. & Fernyhough, C. (2014). From phenomenology to a neurophysiological understanding of hallucinations in children and adolescents. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Johns, L., Kompus, K., Connell, M., Humpston, C., Lincoln, T., Longden, E., Preti, A., Alderson-Day, B., Badcock, J. C., Cella, M., Fernyhough, C., McCarthy-Jones, S., Peters, E., Raballo, A., Scott, J., Siddi, S., Sommer, I. & Larøi, F. (2014). Auditory verbal hallucinations in persons with and without a need for care. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Krueger, J., Bernini, M. & Wilkinson, S. (2014.) Introspection, isolation, and construction: Mentality as activity. Commentary on Hurlburt, Heavey & Kelsey (2013). Toward a phenomenology of inner speaking. Consciousness and Cognition 25:9-10.

Kühn, S., Fernyhough, C., Alderson-Day, B. & Hurlburt, R. T. (Online 2014). Inner experience in the scanner: Can high fidelity apprehensions of inner experience be integrated with fMRI?, Frontiers in Psychology 5:1393. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01393.

Larøi, F., Luhrmann, T., Bell, V., Christian, W. A., Deshpande, S., Fernyhough, C., Jenkins, J. & Woods, A. (2014). Culture and hallucinations: Overview and future directions. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(Suppl 4): 213-220.

McCarthy-Jones, S., Krueger, J., Broome, M. & Fernyhough, C. (2013). Stop, look, listen: The need for philosophical phenomenological perspectives on auditory verbal hallucinations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. (7):1-9.

McCarthy-Jones, S., Thomas, N., Strauss, C., Dodgson, G., Jones, N., Woods, A., Brewin, C., Hayward, M., Stephane, M., Barton, J., Kingdon, D. & Sommer, I. (2014). Better than mermaids and stray dogs? Subtyping auditory verbal hallucinations and its implications for research and practice. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(Suppl 4): 275-284.

McCarthy-Jones, S., Waegeli, A. & Watkins, J. (2013) Spirituality and hearing voices: Considering the relation. Psychosis 5 (3): 247-258.

Moseley, P. & Wilkinson, S. (2014.) Inner speech is not so simple: Commentary on Cho and Wu (2013). Frontiers in Psychiatry 5:42.

Moseley, P., Alderson-Day, B., Ellison, A., Jardri, R. & Fernyhough, C. (2016). Noninvasive brain stimulation and auditory verbal hallucinations: New techniques and future directions. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 9:515, 1-12.

Moseley, P., Ellison, A. & Fernyhough, C. (2013). Auditory verbal hallucinations as atypical inner speech monitoring, and the potential of neurostimulation as a treatment option. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 37 (10): 2794-2805.

Moseley, P., Fernyhough, C. & Ellison, A. (2014). The role of the superior temporal lobe in auditory false perceptions: A transcranial direct current simulation study. Neuropsychologia, 62: 202-281.

Moseley, P., Smailes, D., Ellison, A. & Fernyhough, C. (2016). The effect of auditory verbal imagery on signal detection in hallucination-prone individuals. Cognition, 146, 206-216.

Powell, H. (2013). Following in the footsteps of Christ: Text and context in the Vita S. Mildrethae. Medium Ævum LXXXII (1): 23-42.

Ratcliffe, M. & Wilkinson, S. (2015). Thought insertion clarified. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 22(11-12): 246-269.

Ratcliffe, M. & Wilkinson, S. (2016). How anxiety induces auditory verbal hallucinations. Consciousness and Cognition, 39: 48-58.

Ratcliffe, M., Ruddell, M., and Smith, B. (2014) What is a sense of foreshortened future? A phenomenological study of trauma, trust and time. Frontiers in Psychology, 5.

Saunders, C. (2015). Hearing medieval voices. The Lancet, 386(10009): 2136–2137.

Saunders, C. and Fernyhough, C. ‘The Medieval Mind’The Psychologist, November 2016.

Saunders, C. and Fernyhough, C. ‘Reading Margery Kempe’s Inner Voices’, Postmedieval, (in press).

Smailes, D., Alderson-Day, B., Fernyhough, C., McCarthy-Jones,S. & Dodgson, G. (2015). Tailoring cognitive behavioural therapy to subtypes of voice-hearing. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 1933.

Smailes, D., Moseley, P. & Wilkinson, S. (2015). A commentary on: Affective coding: the emotional dimension of agency. Frontiers. Volume 9, Article 142

Sullivan, S., Bentall, R.B., Fernyhough, C., Pearson, R.M. & Zammit, S.(2013). Cognitive styles and psychotic experiences in a community sample. PLOS One. 8(11): e80055.

Thomas, N., Hayward, M., Peters, E., van der Gaag, M., Bentall, R., Jenner, J., Strauss, C., Sommer, I., Johns, L., Varese, F., García-Montes, J., Waters, F., Dodgson, G. & McCarthy-Jones, S. (2014). Psychological therapies for auditory hallucinations (voices): Current status and key directions for future research. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Waters, F., and Fernyhough, C. (2017). Hallucinations: A systematic review of points of similarity and difference across diagnostic classesSchizophrenia Bulletin, 43, 32-43.

Waters, F., Woods, A. & Fernyhough, C. (2014) Report on the 2nd International Consortium on Hallucinations Research: Evolving directions and top ten ‘hot spots’ in hallucinations research. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Waugh, P. (2015). The novelist as voice-hearer. The Lancet, 386(10010):e54–e55.

Wilkinson, S. & Alderson-Day, B. (Online 2015). Voices and thoughts in psychosis: An introduction. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-12.

Wilkinson, S. & Bell, V. (2016). The representation of agents in auditory-verbal hallucinations. Mind and Language, 31(1): 104–126.

Wilkinson, S. (2014) Accounting for the phenomenology and varieties of auditory verbal hallucination within a predictive processing framework. Consciousness and Cognition, 30: 142–155.

Wilkinson, S. (2014). Levels and kinds of explanation: lessons from neuropsychiatry. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 373.

Wilkinson, S. (2015). A review of The Predictive Mind by Jakob Hohwy. Analysis, 75(1), 169-172.

Wilkinson, S. (Online 2015). A mental files approach to delusional misidentification. The Review of Philosophy and Psychology.

Woods, A. (2017). ‘On Shame and Voice-hearing‘, Medical Humanities.

Woods, A. (2013). Rethinking patient testimony in the medical humanities: Schizophrenia Bulletin’s first person accounts. Journal of Literature and Science, 6(1): 38-54.

Woods, A. (2013). The voice-hearer. Journal of Mental Health 22 (3): 263-270.

Woods, A. (2015). Voices, identity and meaning-making. The Lancet, 386(10011): 2386–2387.

Woods, A., Jones, N., Alderson-Day, B., Callard, F. & Fernyhough, C. (2015). Experiences of hearing voices: Analysis of a novel phenomenological survey. Lancet Psychiatry, 2(7): 585.

Woods, A., Jones, N., Bernini, M., Callard, F., Alderson-Day, B., Badcock, J. C., Bell, V., Cook, C., Csordas, T., Humpston, C., Krueger, J., Larøi, F., McCarthy-Jones, S., Moseley, P., Powell, H., Raballo, A., Smailes, D. & Fernyhough, C. (2014). Interdisciplinary approaches to the phenomenology of auditory verbal hallucinations. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Woods, A., Romme, M., McCarthy-Jones, S., Escher, S. & Dillon, J. (2013) Editorial. Special edition: Voices in a positive light. Psychosis 5(3): 213-215.

Edited Collections and Journal Special Issues

Fernyhough, C. & Waters, F. (2014) (eds.). Hallucinations. Special supplement, Schizophrenia Bulletin.

Fernyhough, C., Woods, A., & Patton, V. (Eds.) (2015). Working Knowledge. Hearing the Voice, Durham University, UK.

Contributions to edited collections

Bernini, M. (2014). Gression, regression, and beyond: A cognitive reading of the unnamable. In Tucker, D., Nixon, M. and Van Hulle, D. (Eds.) Revisiting Molloy, Malone meurt / Malone Dies and L’Innommable / The Unnamable. Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui, (26) 193-209.

Brandsma, F., Larrington, C. and Saunders, C. (Eds) (2015). Emotions in Medieval Arthurian literature: Body, mind, voice (Arthurian studies). D.S.Brewer.

Fernyhough, C. & McCarthy-Jones, S. (2013). Thinking aloud about mental voices. In F. Macpherson and D. Platchias (eds) Hallucination. Philosophy and psychology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 87-104.

Krueger, J. (2014). The phenomenology of person perception. In M. Bruhn and D. Wehrs (eds) Cognition, literature and history: New York: Routledge.

McCarthy-Jones, S., Thomas, N., Dodgson, G., Fernyhough, C., Brotherhood, E., Wilson, G., & Dudley, R. (2015). What have we learnt about the ability of cognitive behavioural therapy to help with voice-hearing? In Hayward, M., Strauss, C. & McCarthy-Jones, S. (Eds). Psychological approaches to understanding and treating auditory hallucinations: From theory to therapy, 78-99. London: Routledge.

Powell, H. (2013). Pilgrimage, performance and miracle cures in the twelfth-century Miracula of St Aebbe. In Gemi-Iordanou, E., Gordon, S., Matthew, R., McInnes, E., Pettitt, R.(eds) Medicine, Healing and Performance. Oxford: Oxbow.

Ratcliffe, M. (2014). Some Husserlian reflections on the contents of experience. In Haug, M. (Ed.) Philosophical methodology. The armchair or the laboratory? London: Routledge. 353-378.

Ratcliffe, M. (2015) How is perceptual experience possible? The phenomenology of presence and the nature of hallucination. In Breyer, T. and Doyon, M. (Eds.) Normativity in perception: Phenomenological, analytic and psychopathological perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp 91-113.

Ratcliffe, M. (2015). Relating to the dead: Social cognition and the phenomenology of grief. In Moran, D. and Szanto, T. (Eds.) Phenomenology of sociality: Discovering the ‘We’. London: Routledge, 202-218.

Saunders, C. (2015). Mind, body and effect in English Athurian romance. In Brandsma, Larrington & Saunders (eds.). Emotions in Medieval Arthurian Literature, 31-46. D.S.Brewer.

Waugh, P. (2012). “Did I not banish the soul?” Thinking otherwise, Woolf-wise. In Contradictory Woolf: Selected papers from the twenty-first annual international conference on Virginia Woolf. Ryan, Derek & Bolaki, Stella International Virgina Woolf Society, Clemson University Press, 23-42.

Waugh, P. (2012). Thinking in literature: Modernism and contemporary neuroscience. In James, D. (Ed.) The legacies of modernism: Historicising postwar and contemporary fiction. Cambridge University Press. 73-95.

Waugh, P. (2013). The naturalistic turn, the syndrome, and the rise of the neo-phenomenological novel. In Lustig, T.J. & Peacock, J. (Eds.) Diseases and disorders in contemporary fiction: The syndrome syndrome. Routledge. 17-35.

Woods, A. & Fernyhough, C. (2014.) Hearing voices. In Holden, J., Kieffer, J., Newbigin, J. and Wright, S. (Eds.) Where does it hurt? The New World of Medical Humanities. London: Wellcome Trust, 84-85.

Monographs

Callard, F. & Fitzgerald, D.(2015). Rethinking Interdisciplinarity across the social sciences and neurosciences. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke (UK).

Fernyhough, C. (2017). The Voices Within: The History and Science of How We Talk to OurselvesWellcome/Profile Books, London (UK).

McCarthy-Jones, S. (2017). Can’t You Hear Them? The Science and Significance of Hearing VoicesJessica Kingsley Publishers

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