What is like to hear a voice when no-one is speaking, and how is that different from having a thought? Could “inserted” thoughts (i.e. thoughts that somehow feel like they belong to another person) be the same kind of thing as hearing voices? Hearing the Voice is pleased to announce that  our postdoctoral researchers Sam Wilkinson & Ben Alderson-Day will be guest editing a Special Issue of the Review of Philosophy & Psychology on the topic of “Voices and Thoughts in Psychosis”. Submissions are welcome for theory and review papers on the relationship between hearing voices, inserted thoughts and inner speech, with a deadline of October 17th 2014.

Full details and submission guidelines are available via the official Call for Papers. If you have any queries, please contact either Ben or Sam directly.

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