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Call for Participants: Age and Unusual Perceptions

Hearing voices and seeing visions is not a topic of everyday conversation. Many people do not realise that around 1 in 20 of us will experience unusual perceptions at some point in our lives. But do these experiences change as we age? If you are aged 18-30 or 60-75, we’d like to invite you to take part in our study on age and unusual experiences.

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Beckfest 2017

Hearing the Voice team member Dr Guy Dodgson reflects on the themes of this year’s Beckfest in Vancouver. Beckfest is an annual conference for people who are developing and trialling interventions for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Psychosis

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‘Why Did I Go Mad?’ A BBC Two Horizon special on psychosis

What is psychosis and why does it occur? This was the focus of the latest episode of the BBC’s flagship documentary series Horizon, ‘Why Did I Go Mad?’ (2 May 2017, BBC Two, 9pm). A number of our researchers met with the Horizon editorial team to provide advice on the content of the programme late last year, and after the excitement of filming in Durham in January, it was great to finally see the result.

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Call for Participants: Age and Unusual Perceptions

Hearing voices and seeing visions is not a topic of everyday conversation. Many people do not realise that around 1 in 20 of us will experience unusual perceptions at some point in our lives. But do these experiences change as we age? If you are aged 18-30 or 60-75, we’d like to invite you to take part in our study on age and unusual experiences.

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‘Can’t You Hear Them? The Science and Significance of Hearing Voices’ by Simon McCarthy-Jones

Hearing the Voice is delighted to announce the publication of HtV team member Simon McCarthy-Jones’s new book ‘Can’t You Hear Them? The Science and Significance of Hearing Voices’. The book is a must-read for anyone with an interest in the links between trauma and voice-hearing, our biology and voice-hearing, and those looking for a critical perspective on traditional ways of approaching voice-hearing.

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