The Role of Early Experiences in Hearing Voices

Help us understand the relationship between early childhood experience and hearing voices


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Studies show that 10% of the population hears voices at some point in their lives. Based on research we know that voices are often related with (negative) life experiences. Furthermore, there is some evidence that the actual content of voices is also related those specific life experiences. How this works in not clear yet. Our idea is that thoughts and feelings voice hearers have about themselves might play an important intermediate step in this relation. The goal of this study is to map those feelings and idea to gain a better understanding of voice content.

Everybody that identifies themselves as a voice hearer is invited to join the study. Click on the link below if you want to join.

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