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Hallucinations

Research and Practice

Blom, Jan Dirk, Sommer, Iris E.C. (Eds.)

2012, XVIII, 426 p.

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From the reviews:

“It covers a wide range of recent studies on various forms of hallucination and would be suitable for mental health professionals from both medical and nonmedical backgrounds. … Hallucinations: Research and Practice is an excellent reference book for students and mental health professionals … who are interested in the latest studies in the phenomenon of hallucinations. It covers a wide range of topics that may satisfy the needs and curiosities of practicing clinicians, researchers, instructors, and graduate students in related fields.” (Alex C. N. Leung, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 58 (15), April, 2013)

“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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