A–Z Publications

Journal Articles


Alderson-Day, B. (2016). The Silent Companions. The Psychologist, 29: 272-275.


Alderson-Day, B., Bernini, B., Moffatt, J., Mitrenga, K., Yao, B., and Fernyhough, C. (2020). Processing speech and thoughts during silent reading: Direct reference effects for speech by fictional characters in voice-selective auditory cortex and a theory-of-mind network. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 32, 1637-1653.


Alderson-Day, B., Woods, A., Moseley, Peter, Dodgson, Guy, Deamer, Felicity, Common, Stephanie and Fernyhough, C. (2020). Voice-hearing and personification: Characterizing social qualities of auditory verbal hallucinations in early psychosisSchizophrenia Bulletin.


Alderson-Day, B., Smailes, D., Moffatt, J., Mitrenga, K., Moseley, P. and Fernyhough, C. (2019). Intentional inhibition but not source memory is related to hallucination-proneness and intrusive thoughts in a university sampleCortex 113: 267-278.


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. and Fernyhough, C. (2014). More than one voice: Investigating the phenomenological properties of inner speech requires a variety of methods. Consciousness and Cognition, 24: 113-114.


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


Alderson-Day, B. and 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. (2014). Verbal problem-solving difficulties in autism spectrum disorders and atypical language development. Autism Research, 7(6).


Alderson-Day, B. and Jones, N. (2018). Understanding Avatar therapy: who or what, is changing?. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(1): 2-3.


Alderson-Day, B., McCarthy-Jones, S. and 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. and 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. and Fernyhough, C. (2015). The brain’s conversation with itself: Neural substrates of dialogic inner speech. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 11(1): 110-120.


Alderson-Day, B., Moffat, J. Mitrenga, K., Moseley, P., Smailes, D. and Fernyhough, C. (2018). Intentional Inhibition is Related to Hallucination-Proneness and Intrusive Thoughts in Healthy Adults. Cortex, 113: 267-278.


Alderson-Day, B., Mitrenga, K., Wilkinson, S., McCarthy-Jones, S. and Fernyhough, C. (2018). The Varieties of Inner Speech Questionnaire – Revised (VISQ-R): Replicating and refining links between inner speech and psychopathology. Consciousness and Cognition, 65: 48-58.


Alderson-Day, B., Lima, C., Evans, S., Krishnan, S., Shanmugalingam, P., Fernuhough, C. and Simons, J.S. (2017). Distinct processing of ambiguous speech in people with non-clinical auditory verbal hallucinations. Brain, 140(9): 2475-2489.


Alderson-Day, B., Smailes, D., Moffat, J., Mitrenga, K., Moseley, P. and Fernyhough, C. (2019). Intentional inhibition but not source memory is related to hallucination-proneness and intrusive thoughts in a university sample. Cortex, 113: 267-278.


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


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


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


Bernini, M. (2018). Affording innerscapes: Dreams, introspective imagery and the narrative exploration of personal geographies. Frontiers of Narrative Studies, 4(2): 291-311.


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


Callard, F. and 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. and Sartorius, N. (2013). Has psychiatric diagnosis labelled rather than enabled patients? The BMJ, 347: f4312.


Callard, F., Smallwood, J., Golchert, J. and 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. C. H., Powell, A., Alderson-Day, B. and Woods, A. (in press). Hearing spiritually significant voices: A phenomenological survey and taxonomy. BMJ Medical Humanities.


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. and Thomas, N. (2014). Emerging perspectives from the Hearing Voices Movement: implications for research and practice. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(4): S285-S294.


Corlett, P.R., Horga, G., Fletcher, P.C., Alderson-Day, B., Schmack, K. and Powers, A.R. (2019). Hallucinations and Strong Priors. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 23(2): 114-127.


Davis, P.E., Meins, E. and 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. and 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.


Davis, P.E., Webster, L., Fernyhough, C., Ralston, K., Kola-Palmer, S. and Stain, H.J. (2019). Adult reports of childhood imaginary companions and adversity relates to concurrent prodromal psychosis symptoms. Psychiatry Research, 271: 150-152.


Deamer, F., and Hayward, M. (2018). Relating to the Speaker behind the Voice: What Is Changing?. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(11): 1-8.


Deamer, F. and 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. and 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.


Dodgson, G., Alderson-Day, B., Smailes, D., Ryles, F., Mayer, C., Glen-Davison, J., Mitrenga, K. and Fernyhough, C. (2020). Tailoring cognitive behavioural therapy to subtypes of voice-hearing using a novel tabletised manual: a feasibility studyBehavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.


Dupuis, D. (2019) Apprendre à voir l’invisible. Pédagogie visionnaire et socialisation des hallucinations dans un centre chamanique d’Amazonie péruvienne. Cahiers d’Anthropologie Sociale, 17: 20-42.


Dupuis, D., Bombo Perozzi Gameiro, M., and Forte Maiolino Molento, C. (2020). La condition animale au prisme du « tournant ontologique » : entretien avec Philippe Descola. Horizontes Antropológicos, 56: 293-311.


Dupuis, D. and Canna, M. (2019). Images visionnaires. Cahiers d’Anthropologie Sociale, 17.


Dupuis, D. and Veissières, S. (in prep.). Cultural contexts and ethical issues in the therapeutic use of psychedelics. Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry.


Dupuis, D. (2018). Prácticas en búsqueda de legitimidad: el uso contemporáneo de la ayahuasca, entre reivindicaciones terapéuticas y religiosas. Salud Colectiva, 14(2): 341-354.


Dupuis, D. (2018). L’ayahuasca et son ombre. L’apprentissage de la possession dans un centre chamanique d’Amazonie péruvienne. Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 104(2): 33-63.


Dupuis, D. (2018). Apprendre à voir l’invisible. Pédagogie visionnaire et socialisation des hallucinations dans un centre chamanique d’Amazonie péruvienne. Cahiers d’anthropologie sociale, 17(2): 20-42.


Dupuis, D. and Canna, M. (2018). Images visionnaires: Introduction. Cahiers d’anthropologie sociale, 17(2): 9-19.


Dupuis, D. (2017) De la liane à la croix. Transformations institutionnelles, innovations rituelles et socialisation des hallucinations dans un centre chamanique d’Amazonie péruvienne. Archives de sciences sociales des religions, 178: 279-296.


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


Fernyhough, C. (2019). Modality-general and modality-specific processes in hallucinations. Psychological Medicine, 46(16): 2639-2645.


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.


Fernyhough, C., Watson, A., Bernini, M., Moseley, P. and Alderson-Day, B. (2019). Imaginary Companions, Inner Speech and Auditory Verbal Hallucinations: What Are the Relations?. Frontiers in Psychology, 10(1665): 1-10.


Fernyhough, C., Alderson-Day, B., Hurlburt, R.T. and Kuhn, S. (2018). Investigating Multiple Streams of Consciousness: Using Descriptive Experience Sampling to Explore Internally and Externally Directed Streams of Thought. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12(494): 1-11.


Firth, L., Alderson-Day, B., Woods, N. and 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. and 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. and Cuthbert, B. (2014). Studying hallucinations within the NIMH RDoC Framework. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(4): S295-S304.


Foxwell, J., Alderson-Day, B., Fernyhough, C., and Woods, A. (2020). ‘I’ve learned I need to treat my characters like people’: Varieties of agency and interaction in writers’ experiences of their characters’ voicesConsciousness and Cognition, 79: 102901.


Furci, G. (2018). Space travellers, refugees and the power of images. The Polyphony.


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 and Simons, J.S. (2017). Testing continuum models of psychosis: No reduction in source monitoring ability in healthy individuals prone to auditory hallucinations. Cortex, 91: 197-207.


Garrison, J.R., Moseley, P., Alderson-Day, B., Smailes, D., Fernyhough, C. and Simons, J.S. (2015). Paracingulate sulcus morphology is associated with hallucinations in the human brain. Nature Communications, 6: 8956.


Garrison, J.R., Fernyhough, C., McCarthy-Jones, S., Simons, J.S. and Sommer, I.E.C. (2019). Paracingulate Sulcus Morphology and Hallucinations in Clinical and Nonclinical Groups. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 45(4): 733–741.


Garrison, J.R., Done, J. and Simons, J.S. (2019). Interpretation of published meta-analytical studies affected by implementation errors in the GingerALE softwareNeuroscience & Behavioural Reviews, 102: 424-426.


Geva, S. and Fernyhough, C. (2019). A Penny for Your Thoughts: Children’s Inner Speech and Its Neuro-Development. Frontiers in Psychology Cognitive Science, 10: 1708.


Hadden, L. M., Alderson-Day, B., Jackson, M., Fernyhough, C., and Bentall, R. P. (2020). The auditory-verbal hallucinations of Welsh-English bilingual peoplePsychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 93: 122-133.


Hayward, M., Bogen-Johnston, L. and Deamer, F. (2018). Relating Therapy for distressing voices: Who, or what, is changing?. Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches, 10(2): 132-141.


Humpston, C., Garrison, J., Orlov, N., Aleman, A., Jardri, R., Fernyhough, C., and Allen, P. (2020). Real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging neurofeedback for the relief of distressing auditory-verbal hallucinations: Methodological and empirical advancesSchizophrenia Bulletin.


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. and 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.


Jansson, Å. (2018). Voice-hearing in 19th-century psychiatry. The Lancet, Vol. 392(10158): 1618-1619.


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. and Fernyhough, C. (2014). From phenomenology to a neurophysiological understanding of hallucinations in children and adolescents. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(4): S221-S232.


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. and Larøi, F. (2014). Auditory verbal hallucinations in persons with and without a need for care. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(4): S255-264.


Kafadar, E., Mittal, V. A., Strauss, G. P., Chapman, H. C., Ellman, L. M., Bansal, S., Gold, J. M., Alderson-Day, B., Evans, S., Moffatt, J., Silverstein, S. M., Walker, E. F., Woods, S. W., Corlett, P. R. & Powers, A. R. (2020). Modeling perception and behavior in individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis: Support for the predictive processing frameworkSchizophrenia Research.


Krueger, J., Bernini, M. and Wilkinson, S. (2014.) Introspection, isolation, and construction: Mentality as activity. Consciousness and Cognition, 25: 9-10.


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


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


Larøi, F., Thomas, N., Aleman, A., Fernyhough, C., Wilkinson, S., Deamer, F. and McCarthy-Jones, S. (2019). The ice in voices: Understanding negative content in auditory-verbal hallucinations. Clinical Psychology Review, 67: 1-10.


Luhrmann, T.M., Alderson-Day, B., Bell, V., Bless, J.J., Corlett, P., Hugdahl, K., Jones, N., Larøi, F., Moseley, P., Padmavati, R., Peters, E., Powers, A.R. and Waters, F (2019). Beyond Trauma: A multiple pathways approach to auditory hallucinations in clinical and nonclinical populations. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 45(1): S24–S31.


Maijer, K., Hayward, M., Fernyhough, C., Calkins, M. E., Debanné, M., Jardri, R., Kelleher, I., Raballo, A., Rammou, A., Scott, J. G., Shinn, A., Steenhuis, L. A., Wolf, D. H. and Bartels-Velthuis, A. A. (2019). Hallucinations in children and adolescents: Updated Review and Practical Recommendations for Clinicians. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 45: S5-S23.


McCarthy-Jones, S., Krueger, J., Broome, M. and Fernyhough, C. (2013). Stop, look, listen: The need for philosophical phenomenological perspectives on auditory verbal hallucinations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7:127.


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


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


Meins, E., Fernyhough, C. and Centifanti, L. (2018). Mothers’ Early Mind-Mindedness Predicts Educational Attainment in Socially and Economically Disadvantaged British Children. Child Development, 90(4): e454-e467.


Mitrenga, K., Alderson-Day, B., May, L., Moffatt, J., Moseley, P. and Fernyhough, C. (2019). Reading characters in voices: Ratings of personality characteristics from voices predict proneness to auditory verbal hallucinations. PLoS ONE, 14(8): e0221127.


Moffatt, J., Mitrenga, K., Alderson-Day, B., Moseley, P., and Fernyhough, C. (2020). Inner experience differs in rumination and distraction without a change in electromyographical correlates of inner speechPLoS One, 15(9): e0238920.


Montagnese, M., Leptourgos, P., Fernyhough, C., Waters, F., Larøi, F., Jardri, R., McCarthy-Jones, S., Thomas, N., Dudley, R., Taylor, J.-P., Collerton, D., and Urwyler, P. (2020). A review of multimodal hallucinations: Categorisation, assessment, theoretical perspectives and clinical recommendationsSchizophrenia Bulletin.


Moseley, P., Aleman, A., Allen, P., Bell, V., Bless, J., Bortolon, C., Cella, M., Garrison, J., Hugdahl, K., Kozáková, E., Larøi, F., Moffatt, J., Say, N., Smailes, D., Suzuki, M., Toh, W. L., Woodward, T., Zaytseva., Y., Rossell, S., and Fernyhough, C. (in press). Correlates of hallucinatory experiences in the general population: an international multi-site replication studyPsychological Science.


Moseley, P. & Wilkinson, S. (2014). Inner speech is not so simple. Frontiers in Psychiatry 5:42.


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


Moseley, P., Alderson-Day, B., Kumar, S. and Fernyhough, C. (2018). Musical hallucinations, musical imagery, and earworms: A new phenomenological survey. Consciousness and Cognition, 65: 83-94.


Moseley, P., Ellison, A. and 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. and 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., Mitrenga, K., Ellison, A. and Fernyhough, C. (2018). Investigating the roles of medial prefrontal and superior temporal cortex in source monitoring. Neuropsychologia, 120: 113-123.


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


Noorani, T. (2019). Sciencing the mystical: the trickery of the psychedelic trip report. New Writing 16(4): 440-443.


Noorani, T., Karlsson, M. and Borkman, T. (2019). Deep experiential knowledge: reflections from mutual aid groups for evidence-based practice. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 15(2): 217-234.


Noorani, T., Garcia-Romeu, A., Swift, T.C., Griffiths, R.R. and Johnson, M.W. (2018). Psychedelic therapy for smoking cessation: Qualitative analysis of participant accounts. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 32(7): 756-769.


Powell, A. and Cook, C. C. H. (in press). The etheric place: Notes on finding the supernatural at the boundaries of sleep. Journal for the Study of Religious Experience.


Powell, A. and Moseley, P. (2020). When spirits speak: Absorption, attribution, and identity among spiritualists who report ‘clairaudient’ voice experiencesMental Health, Religion, and Culture.


Powell, A.J. (2018). The Hearing Voices Movement as Postmodern Religion-Making: Meaning, Power, Sacralization, Identity. Implicit Religion, 20(2): 105-126.


Powell, A.J. (2017). The Place of Identity Dissonance and Emotional Motivations in Bio-Cultural Models of Religious Experience: A Report from the 19th Century. Journal for the Study of Religious Experience, 3(1): 91-105.


Powell, A.J. (2018). Mind and spirit: hypnagogia and religious experience. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(6): 473-475.


Powell, H. (2013). Following in the footsteps of Christ: Text and context in the Vita S. Mildrethae. Medium Ævum, 82(1): 23-42.


Powell, H., Morrison, H. and Callard, F. (2018). Wandering Minds: Tracing Inner Worlds Through a Historical-Geographical Art Installation. GeoHumanities 4(1): 132-156.


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


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


Rollins, C.P.E., Garrison, J., Simons, J.S, Rowe, J.B., O’Callaghan, C., Murray, G.K. and Suckling, J. (2019). Meta-analytic Evidence for the Plurality of Mechanisms in Transdiagnostic Structural MRI Studies of Hallucination Status. The Lancet, 8: 57-71.


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


Saunders, C. and Fernyhough, C. (2016) The Medieval Mind. The Psychologist, 29: 880-883.


Saunders, C. and Fernyhough, C. (2017) Reading Margery Kempe’s Inner Voices. Postmedieval, 8(2): 209-217.


Simons, J. S., Mitrenga, K. J., and Fernyhough, C. (2020). Towards an interdisciplinary science of the subjective experience of rememberingCurrent Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 32: 29-34.


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


Smailes, D., Moseley, P. and Wilkinson, S. (2015). A commentary on: Affective coding: the emotional dimension of agency. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9: 142.


Smailes, D., Meins, E. and Fernyhough, C. (2014). Associations between intrusive thoughts, reality discrimination, and hallucination-proneness in healthy young adults. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 20: 72-80.


Sullivan, S., Bentall, R.B., Fernyhough, C., Pearson, R.M. and 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. and McCarthy-Jones, S. (2014). Psychological therapies for auditory hallucinations (voices): Current status and key directions for future research. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(4): S202-S212.


Thomas, N., Bless, J.J., Alderson-Day, B., Bell, I.H., Cella, M., Craig, T., Delespaul, P., Hugdahl, K., Laloyaux, J., Larøi, F., Lincoln, T.M., Schlier, B., Urwyler, P., van den Berg, D. and Jardri, R. (2019). Potential Applications of Digital Technology in Assessment, Treatment, and Self-help for Hallucinations. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 45(1): S32–S42.


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. and Fernyhough, C. (2014). Report on the 2nd International Consortium on Hallucinations Research: Evolving directions and top ten ‘hot spots’ in hallucinations research. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(1): 24-27.


Waters, F., and Fernyhough, C. (2017). Hallucinations: A systematic review of points of similarity and difference across diagnostic classes. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 43(1): 32-43.


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


Waugh, P. (2015). The Novel as Therapy: Ministrations of Voice in an Age of Risk. Journal of the British Academy, 3: 35-68.


Waugh, P. (2018). Muriel Spark’s ‘informed air’ the auditory imagination and the voices of fiction. Textual Practice 32(9): 1633-1658.


Wilkinson, S. and Alderson-Day, B. (2016). Voices and thoughts in psychosis: An introduction. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 7(3): 529-540.


Wilkinson, S., Dodgson, G. and Meares, K. (2017). Predictive Processing and the Varieties of Psychological Trauma. Frontiers in Psychology, 8: 1840.


Wilkinson, S. and 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. (2015). A mental files approach to delusional misidentification. The Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 7(2): 389-404.


Woods, A. (2017). On Shame and Voice-hearing. Medical Humanities, 43(4): 251-256.


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. (2017). Appraising appraisals: role of belief in psychotic experiences. The Lancet Psychiatry, 4(12): 891-892.


Woods, A., Hart, A. and Spandler, H. (2019). The Recovery Narrative: Politics and Possibilities of a GenreCulture, Medicine, and Psychiatry.


Woods, A., Jones, N., Alderson-Day, B., Callard, F. and Fernyhough, C. (2015). Experiences of hearing voices: Analysis of a novel phenomenological survey. Lancet Psychiatry, 2(4): 323-331.


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. and Fernyhough, C. (2014). Interdisciplinary approaches to the phenomenology of auditory verbal hallucinations. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(4): S246-S254.


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.


Woods, A., Hart, A., and Spandler, H., (2019). The recovery narrative : politics and possibilities of a genreCulture, Medicine and Psychiatry.

Edited Collections and Journal Special Issues


Alderson-Day, B., Woods, A. and Fernyhough, C. (forthcoming). Voices in Psychosis: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


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


Fernyhough, C., Woods, A., and Patton, V. (2015) (eds.). Working Knowledge. Durham: Hearing the Voice, Durham University.

Contributions to edited collections


Bernini, M (in press). ‘A Panting Consciousness: Beckett, Breath and Biocognitive Feedback’. In Saunders, C., Fuller, D. and Macnaughton, J. (eds) The Life of Breath, Classical to Contemporary: Literature, Culture, and Medicine. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 


Bernini, M. (2020). ‘The Heterocosmic Self: Analogy, Temporality and Structural Couplings in Proust’s ‘Swann’s Way’. In Anderson, M., Garratt, P. and Sprevak, M. (eds) Distributed Cognition in Victorian Culture and Modernism. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.


Bernini, M. (2018). ‘Narrative and Cognitive Modeling: Insights From Beckett Exploring Mind’s Complexity’. In Walsh, R. and Stepney, S. (eds) Narrating Complexity. Cham: Springer. 233-251.


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. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 193-209.


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


Fernyhough, C. and 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.


Fernyhough, C. and Alderson-Day, B. (2016). Descriptive Experience Sampling as a Psychological Method. In Callard, F., Staines, K. and Wilkes J. (eds.) The Restless Compendium. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 43-50.


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


Noorani, T. and Brigstocke, J. (2018). More-than-human participatory research. In Facer, K., and Dunleavy, K. (eds.) Connected Communities Foundation Series. Bristol: University of Bristol/AHRC Connected Communities Programme.


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. and Pettitt, R. (eds.) Medicine, Healing and Performance. Oxford: Oxbow.


Powell, Hilary (2018). Demonic Daydreams: Mind-Wandering and Mental Imagery in the Medieval Hagiography of St Dunstan. In Ashe, L., Knox, P., Lawton, D. and Scase, W. (eds.) New Medieval Literatures 18. Woodbridge, Suffort, UK: D. S. Brewer. 44-74.


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. 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. Cambridge: D.S.Brewer. 31-46.


Saunders, C. (2018). The mystical theology of Margery Kempe: writing the inner life. In Cook, C., McLean, J., and Tyler, P. (eds.) Mystical Theology and Contemporary Spiritual Practice: Renewing the Contemplative Tradition. 34-57. London: Routledge.


Saunders, C. (2019). Love. In Johnson, I. (ed.) Geoffrey Chaucer in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 97-105.


Saunders, C. (2017). Mind, Breath and Voice in Chaucer’s Romance Writing. In Hilder S. (ed.) New Directions in Literature and Medicine Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.


Saunders, C. (2019). Magic in Literature. In Page, S. and Rider, C. (eds.) The Routledge History of Medieval Magic. 355-370. London: Routledge.


Saunders, C. (2019). Gower and romance. In Ana Sáez-Hidalgo, A., Gastle, B. and Yeager, R.F (eds.) The Routledge Research Companion to John Gower. Abingdon: Routledge.


Saunders, C.  (2016). Voices and Visions: Mind, Body and Affect in Medieval Writing. In Whitehead, A., Woods, A., Atkinson, S., Macnaughton, J. and Richards, J. The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.


Saunders, C. (2019). Writing Revelation: The Book of Margery Kempe. In Atkin, T. and Rajsic, J. Manuscript and Print in Late Medieval and Early Modern Britain. Cambridge: D.S. Bewer. 147-166.


Waugh, P. (2012). “Did I not banish the soul?” Thinking otherwise, Woolf-wise. In Ryan, D. and Bolaki, S. Contradictory Woolf: Selected papers from the twenty-first annual international conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson: 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: 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. London: Routledge. 17-35.


Waugh, P. (2016). Memory and Voices: Challenging Psychiatric Diagnosis through the Novel. In Groes, S. (ed.) Memory in the Twenty First Century: New Critical Perspectives from the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 316-324.


Waugh, P. (2016). Discipline or Perish: English at the Tipping Point and Styles of Thinking in the Twenty-first Century. In Hewings, A., Prescott, L. and Seargeant, P. Futures for English Studies: Teaching Language, Literature and Creative Writing in Higher Education. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 19-38.


Waugh, P. (2016). Precarious Voices: Moderns, Moods, and Moving Epochs. In Bradshaw, D., Marcus, L. and Roach, R. Moving Modernisms: Motion, Technology, and Modernity. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 191-216.


Waugh P. (2016). Afterword: Evidence and Experiment. In Whitehead A, Woods A, Atkinson S, Macnaughton, J. and Richards, J. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.


Wilkinson, S. and Fernyhough, C. (2018). When Inner Speech Misleads. In Langland-Hassan, P. and Vicente, A. (eds.) Inner Speech: New Voices. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Wilkinson, S. and Fernyhough, C. (2017). Auditory verbal hallucinations and inner speech: A predictive processing perspective. In Radman, Z. (ed.) Before consciousness: in search of the fundamentals of mind. Exeter: Imprint Academic. 285-304.


Woods, A. and 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.





Bernini, M. (forthcoming). Beckett and the Cognitive Method: Mind, Models and Exploratory Narratives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Brigstocke, J. and Noorani, T. (2016). Listening With Non-human Others. ARN Press.


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


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


Cook, C. C. H. (2020). Christians Hearing Voices. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.


Cook, C. (2019). Hearing Voices, Demonic and Divine: Scientific and Theological Perspectives. London: Routledge.


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


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


Sass, L. and Waugh. P. (2018). In Foxwell, J. (ed.) Madness and Modernism: Louis Sass and Patricia Waugh in Conversation. Durham: Hearing the Voice, Durham University.


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