What it is like to hear voices that no-one else can hear?
Hearing voices is an important aspect of many people’s lives. It is an experience that can be distressing and upsetting, but also positive and meaningful.
Our research project ran from 2012–2022. It provided a better understanding of voice-hearing by examining it from different academic perspectives and working with people with lived experience, mental health professionals and voluntary organisations.
Based at Durham University, Hearing the Voice was an interdisciplinary research project that brought academics from anthropology, cognitive neuroscience, history, linguistics, philosophy, English studies, medical humanities, theology and psychology together with clinicians, artists, activists and experts by experience in order to improve the way people understand, clinically treat and live with experiences of hearing voices.
The project is now closed. It was generously supported by the Wellcome Trust.
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We’re looking for a group of young people (aged 18–25) with personal experience of hearing voices to test out a pilot version of our app LIVV.
To mark the end of Hearing the Voice, we have published a short brochure presenting a selection of twelve research and engagement findings from a decade’s worth of interdisciplinary voice-hearing research.