Schizophrenia: When Hallucinatory Voices Suppress Real Ones, New Electronic Application May Help
Extract: "When a patient afflicted with schizophrenia hears inner voices something is taking place inside the brain that prevents the individual from perceiving real voices. A simple electronic application may help the patient learn to shift focus. "The patient experiences the inner voices as 100 per cent real, just as if someone was standing next to him and speaking" explains Professor Kenneth Hugdahl of the University of Bergen. "At the same time, he can't hear voices of others actually present in the same room." Auditory hallucinations are one of the most common symptoms associated with schizophrenia."
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