alexa Auditory Hallucinations and Its Mechanism

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Auditory Hallucinations and Its Mechanism

Auditory hallucinations are one of the most frequent and reliable symptoms of psychosis. However, the neurocognitive and neurophysiological bases of auditory and verbal hallucinations remain obscure. These hallucinations are thought to result from disordered monitoring of inner speech. Direct stimulation or disease of Wernicke’s area produces auditory and verbal hallucinations without subvocal speech. Electrical stimulation of the brain produces elementary hallucination-like phenomena but these do not resemble schizophrenic hallucinations. Furthermore, surface and depth electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings in patients during hallucinations do not reveal consistent abnormalities.

 
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