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A selection of research papers, books and other publications about hearing voices and associated topics, organised by author, click on letter to find author

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Baker, Paul. (2010) 2nd Edition. The voice inside: A practical guide to coping with hearing voices. Manchester, UK: P&P Publications

Barham, Peter. (1984). Schizophrenia and Human Value. London: Blackwell (revised ed., Free Association Books, 1993).

Bentall, Richard. (2003). Madness Explained: Psychosis and Human Nature. London: Penguin.

Bentall, R.P. (1990). The illusion of reality: A review and integration of psychological research on hallucinations. Psychological Bulletin, 107, 82-95.

Blackman, Lisa. (2001). Hearing Voices, Embodiment and Experience. London: Free Association Books.

Bloom, S. (1997). Creating Sanctuary: Towards the Evolution of Safe Communities. London: Routledge.

Boyle, Mary. (1992; expanded 2nd ed., 2003). Schizophrenia—A Scientific Delusion? London: Routledge.

Bracken, Patrick. (2002). Trauma: Culture, Meaning, and Philosophy. London: Whurr Publishers.

Bracken, P. and Thomas, P. (2005). Postpsychiatry: Mental Health in a Postmodern World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology (2000). Recent advances in understanding mental illness and psychotic experiences (available from www.bps.org.uk).
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Chadwick, Peter. (1997). Schizophrenia: The Positive Perspective. London: Routledge.

Coleman, Ron. (1999). Hearing voices and the politics of oppression. In Craig Newnes, Guy Holmes, and Cailzie Dunn (eds.), This is Madness. Ross-on-Wye, UK: PCCS Books, pp.149-163.

Coleman, Ron. (2004). Recovery: An Alien Concept (2nd Edition). Lewis, Scotland: P&P Press (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Coleman, Ron and Mike Smith. (2006) Working with Voices—Victim to Victor (2nd ed). Lewis, Scotland: P&P Press (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Coleman, R., Smith, M. and Good, J. (2003). Psychiatric First Aid in Psychosis: A Handbook for Nurses, Carers and People Distressed by Psychotic Experience (2nd ed.). Lewis, Scotland: P&P Press (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Corstens, D., Escher, S. and Romme, M. (2008). Accepting and working with voices: The Maastricht Approach. In A. Moskowitz, I. Schafer and M. J. Dorahy (eds.), Psychosis, Trauma and Dissociation: Emerging Perspectives on Severe Psychopathology. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 319-331.

Corstens, D., May, R. and Longden, E. (2007). Talking with Voices: The Voice Dialoguing Manual (available from www.intervoiceonline.org).
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David, T. and I. Leudar. (2001). Head to head: Is hearing voices a sign of mental illness? The Psychologist, 14, no. 5, 256-259.

Davies, Peggy, Philip Thomas and Ivan Leudar (1999). Dialogical engagement with voices: A single case study. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 72, 179-187.

Deegan, Patricia. Coping with voices: Self-help strategies for people who hear voices that are distressing (available from National Empowerment Center, www.power2u.org).

Downs, Julie (ed.). (2001). Coping with voices and visions and Starting and supporting hearing voices groups. Manchester, UK: Hearing Voices Network (available from www.hearing-voices.org).
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Escher, Sandra and Marius Romme. (2010). Children Hearing Voices: What You Need to Know and What You Can Do (available from www.pccs-books.co.uk).
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Hammersley, P., Langshaw, B., Bullimore, P., Dillon, J., Romme, M. and Escher, S. (2008). Schizophrenia at the tipping point. Mental Health Practice, 12 (1), 14-19.

Hammersley, P., Read, J., Woodall, S. and Dillon, J. (2007). Childhood trauma and psychosis: The genie is out of the bottle. Journal of Psychological Trauma, 6(2/3), 7-20.

Herman, Judith Lewis (1992). Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence From Domestic Abuse to Political Terror. New York: Basic Books.

Hornstein, Gail A. (2009). Agnes’s Jacket: A Psychologist’s Search for the Meanings of Madness. New York: Rodale Books.
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Icarus Project. (2004). Navigating the Space Between Brilliance and Madness: A Reader and Roadmap of Bipolar Worlds (available from www.theicarusproject.net).
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James, Adam. (2001). Raising our Voices: An Account of the Hearing Voices Movement. Gloucester, UK: Handsell Publications (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Jaynes, Julian. (1976). The Origins of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Jenner, F.A., A.C.D. Monteiro, J.A. Zagalo-Cardoso, and J.A. Cunha-Oliveira. (1993). Schizophrenia: A Disease or Some Ways of Being Human? Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press.

Johns, L.C., J. Y. Nazroo, P. Bebbington, and E. Kuipers. (2002). Occurrence of hallucinatory experiences in a community sample and ethnic variations. British Journal of Psychiatry, 180, 174-78.
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Lakeman, Richard. (2002). Making sense of the voices. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 38, 523-531.

Lehmann, Peter (ed.). (2002). Coming off Psychiatric Drugs (available from www.peter-lehmann-publishing.com).

Leudar, I. and P. Thomas. (2000). Voices of Reason, Voices of Insanity – Studies of Verbal Hallucinations. London: Routledge.
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Martin, P.J. (2000). Hearing voices and listening to those that hear them. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 7, 135-141.

Miller, L.J., R.N. O’Connor, and T. DiPasquale. (1993). Patients’ attitudes toward hallucinations. American Journal of Psychiatry, 150, no. 4, 584-588.

Millham, A., and S. Easton. (1998). Prevalence of auditory hallucinations in nurses in mental health. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 5, 95-99.
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Parker, J., E. Georgaca, D. Harper, T. McLaughlin, and M. Stowell-Smith (1995). Deconstructing Psychopathology. London: Sage.

Posey, T.B. and M.E. Losch. (1983). Auditory hallucinations of hearing voices in 375 normal subjects. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 3, no. 2, 99-113.
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Read, Jim. (2009). Psychiatric Drugs: Key Issues and Service User Perspectives. London: Palgrave Macmillan/MIND.

Rees, W.D. (1971). The hallucinations of widowhood. British Medical Journal, 4, 37-41.

Romme, M. and S. Escher. (1989). Hearing voices. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 15, no. 2, 209-216.

Romme, M. and S. Escher (eds.). (1993, 2nd ed. 1998). Accepting Voices. London: MIND Publications.

Romme, M. and S. Escher. (1996). Empowering people who hear voices. In Gillian Haddock and Peter Slade (eds.), Cognitive Behavioural Interventions with Psychotic Disorders. London: Routledge, pp.137-150.

Romme, M., S. Escher et al. (1996). Understanding Voices — Coping with Auditory Hallucinations and Confusing Realities. Gloucester, UK: Handsell Publications (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Romme, M. and S. Escher. (2000). Making Sense of Voices: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals Working with Voice-Hearers (includes the Maastricht Interview). London: MIND Publications.

Romme, M. and Escher, S. (2005). Trauma and hearing voices. In W. Larkin and A. Morrison (eds.) Trauma and Psychosis: New Directions for Theory and Therapy. Routledge: London.

Romme, Marius, Sandra Escher, Jacqui Dillon, Dirk Corstens, and Mervyn Morris (eds.). (2009). Living with Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery (available from www.pccs-books.co.uk).

Romme, M., A. Honig. E.O. Noorthoorn and S. Escher. (1992). Coping with voices: An emancipatory approach. British Journal of Psychiatry, 161, 99-103.

Rothschild, B. (2000). The Body Remembers: The Psychophysiology of Trauma and Trauma Treatment. London: Norton.

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Sayer, Jane, Susan Ritter and Kevin Gournay. (2000). Beliefs about voices and their effects on coping strategies. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31, 1199-1205.

Sidgwick, H.A. et. al. (1894). Report of the census of hallucinations. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, 10, 25-422.

Slade, P.D. and R.P. Bentall. (1988). Sensory Deception: Towards a Scientific Analysis of Hallucinations. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Smith, Daniel. (2007). Muses, Madmen, and Prophets: Rethinking the History, Science, and Meaning of Auditory Hallucination. New York: Penguin Press.

Stastny, Peter and Peter Lehmann (eds.). (2007). Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry (available from www.peter-lehmann-publishing.com).

Steele, Ken and Claire Berman. (2001). The Day the Voices Stopped: A Schizophrenic’s Journey From Madness to Hope. New York: Basic Books.

Stephens, Lynn and George Graham. (2000). When Self-Consciousness Breaks: Alien Voices and Inserted Thoughts. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Sweeney, Angela, Peter Beresford, Alison Faulkner, Mary Nettle, and Diana Rose (eds.). This is Survivor Research (available from www.pccs-books.co.uk).

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Thomas, Philip. (1997). The Dialectics of Schizophrenia. London: Free Association Books.

Thornhill, Hermione, Linda Clare, and Rufus May. Escape, enlightenment and endurance. Anthropology and Medicine, 11, No. 2, 181-199.

Tien, A.Y. (1991). Distributions of hallucination in the population. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 26, 287-292.

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Watkins, John. (1998). Hearing Voices: A Common Human Experience. Melbourne, Australia: Hill of Content (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Watkins, John. Healing Schizophrenia: Using Medication Wisely (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Watters, Ethan. (2010). Crazy Like Us: The Globalization of the American Psyche. New York: Free Press.

Weinstein, Jenny (ed.). Mental Health, Service User Involvement, and Recovery. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Whitaker, Robert. (2010). Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America. New York: Crown Books.

Whitfield, C.L., S.R. Dube, V.J. Felitti, and R.F. Anda. (2005). Adverse childhood experiences and hallucinations. Child Abuse and Neglect, 29, 797-810.

Working to Recovery. How to Start and Run a Hearing Voices Group (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Working to Recovery. Working with Voices: Victim to Victor Workbook. (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

 

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