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Foreword- Anthony David1. General introduction- Iris Sommer & Jan Dirk BlomI. CONCEPTUAL ISSUES2. The construction of visual reality- Donald Hoffman3. Consciousness, memory, and hallucinations- Ralf-Peter Behrendt4. A network model of hallucinations- Rutger Goekoop & Jasper Looijestijn5. The construction of hallucination: History and epistemology- German Berrios & Ivana MarkovaII. HALLUCINATORY PHENOMENA6. Visual hallucinations- Daniel Collerton, Rob Dudley, & Urs Peter Mosimann7. Synaesthesias- Devin Blair Terhune & Roi Cohen Kadosh8. Auditory verbal hallucinations, first-person accounts- Steven Scholtus & Christine Blanke9. Auditory verbal hallucinations- Kelly Diederen & Iris Sommer10. Auditory verbal hallucinations in patients with borderline personality disorder- Christina Slotema & David Kingdon11. Musical hallucinations- Oliver Sacks & Jan Dirk Blom12. Olfactory and gustatory hallucinations- Dick Stevenson & Robyn Langdon13. Hallucinations of bodily sensation- Jan Dirk Blom & Iris Sommer14. Hallucinatory pain: central pain- Sergio Canavero15. Autoscopic phenomena: clinical and experimental perspectives- Anna Sforza & Olaf Blanke16. Phantom limb, phantom body, phantom self. A phenomenology of 'body hallucinations'- Peter Brugger17. Sensed presences- James Allan Cheyne18. Djinns-Jan Dirk Blom & Cor HofferIII. RESEARCH19. Structural neuroimaging in psychotic patients with auditory verbal hallucinations- Paul Allen& Gemma Modinos20. Functional neuroimaging of hallucinations- Andre Aleman & Ans Vercammen21. Neurophysiological research: EEG and MEG- Remko van Lutterveld & Judith Ford22. Psychoactive substances-Vicka Corey , John Halpern, & Torsten Passie23. Examining the continuum model of auditory hallucinations: A review of cognitive models-Johanna Badcock & Kenneth HugdahlIV. TREATMENT24. Classical somatic treatments: Pharmacotherapy and ECT-Iris Sommer & Jan Dirk Blom25. Experimental somatic treatments: Transcranial magnetic stimulation in the treatment of auditory verbal hallucinations. A meta-analysis and review- Christina Slotema & Jeff Daskalakis26. Cognitive-behavioral therapy- Mark van der Gaag27. Groundwork for the treatment of voices: Introducing the Coping-With-Voices Protocol-Willemijn van Gastel & Kirstin Daalman28. The Hearing Voices Movement- Sandra Escher & Marius RommeBibliography of books on hallucinationsIndex

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From the reviews: "This superb book summarizes the current research findings and their implications for understanding hallucinations. ... this exceptional book is a welcome addition to psychiatry. ... The intended audience includes anyone interested in hallucinations ... . Graduate students involved in research in this area would benefit from this timely and comprehensive review. ... All mental health professions who are involved in the care of individuals with severe mental illness should read this important book." (Michael Joel Schrift, Doody's Review Service, May, 2011)

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