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How does the brain 'hear voices'?

Professor Peter Woodruff and Raj Persaud discuss the latest neuroscience research on hearing voices or auditory hallucinations. The conversation was recorded at the Annual Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists at the Barbican

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Professor Peter W R Woodruff MBBS PhD MRCP FRCPsych is Professor and Head of Academic Clinical Psychiatry, Director of the Sheffield Cognition and Neuroimaging Laboratory (SCANLab) and Deputy head of the Section of Neuroscience.




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