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Smailes, D., Alderson-Day, B., Hazell, C., Wright, A., & Moseley, P. (2021). Measurement practices in hallucinations research. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 1-16.

Palmer-Cooper, E., McGuire, N., & Wright, A. (2021). Unusual experiences and their association with metacognition: investigating ASMR and Tulpamancy. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 1-19.

Melvin, K., Rollins, C. P., Cromby, J., Crossley, J., Garrison, J. R., Murray, G. K., & Suckling, J. (2021). Arts-based methods for hallucination research. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 1-20.

Melvin, K., Crossley, J., & Cromby, J. (2021). The feeling, embodiment and emotion of hallucinations in first episode psychosis: A prospective phenomenological visual-ecological study using novel multimodal unusual sensory experience (MUSE) mapsEClinicalMedicine41, 101153

Orepic, P., Rognini, G., Kannape, O. A., Faivre, N., & Blanke, O. (2021). Sensorimotor conflicts induce somatic passivity and louden quiet voices in healthy listeners. Schizophrenia Research231, 170-177.

Montagnese, M., Vignando, M., Collerton, D., Ffytche, D., Mosimann, U. P., Taylor, J. P., … & Urwyler, P. (2021). Cognition, hallucination severity and hallucination-specific insight in neurodegenerative disorders and eye disease. Cognitive neuropsychiatry, 1-17.

DeLuca, J. S., Yang, L. H., Lucksted, A. A., Yanos, P. T., DeVylder, J., Anglin, D. M., … & Corcoran, C. M. (2021). Reducing Stigma Among Youth at Risk for Psychosis: A Call to Action. Schizophrenia bulletin47(6), 1512-1514.

Wright, A. C., McGurk, S. R., Shaya, Y., Feldman, K., & Mueser, K. T. (2021). Does comprehensive cognitive remediation improve emotion perception?Cognitive Neuropsychiatry26(5), 343-356.

Begemann, M. J. H., Sommer, I. E., Brand, R. M., Oomen, P. P., Jongeneel, A., Berkhout, J., … & Bell, I. H. (2021). Auditory verbal hallucinations and childhood trauma subtypes across the psychosis continuum: a cluster analysisCognitive neuropsychiatry, 1-19.

Orepic, P., Rognini, G., Kannape, O. A., Faivre, N., & Blanke, O. (2021). Sensorimotor conflicts induce somatic passivity and louden quiet voices in healthy listeners. Schizophrenia Research231, 170-177.

Černis, E., Beierl, E., Molodynski, A., Ehlers, A., & Freeman, D. (2021). A new perspective and assessment measure for common dissociative experiences:‘Felt Sense of Anomaly’. PloS one16(2), e0247037.

Černis, E., Evans, R., Ehlers, A., & Freeman, D. (2021). Dissociation in relation to other mental health conditions: An exploration using network analysisJournal of psychiatric research136, 460-467.

Cullen, A. E., Palmer-Cooper, E. C., Hardwick, M., Vaggers, S., Crowley, H., Pollak, T. A., & Lennox, B. R. (2021). Influence of methodological and patient factors on serum NMDAR IgG antibody detection in psychotic disorders: a meta-analysis of cross-sectional and case-control studies. The Lancet Psychiatry8(2), 109-120.

Waters, F., Barnby, J. M., & Blom, J. D. (2021). Hallucination, imagery, dreaming: reassembling stimulus-independent perceptions based on Edmund Parish’s classic misperception framework. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B376(1817), 20190701.

Rollins, C. P., Garrison, J. R., Arribas, M., Seyedsalehi, A., Li, Z., Chan, R. C., … & Suckling, J. (2020). Evidence in cortical folding patterns for prenatal predispositions to hallucinations in schizophreniaTranslational psychiatry10(1), 1-14.

Černis, E., Bird, J. C., Molodynski, A., Ehlers, A., & Freeman, D. Cognitive appraisals of dissociation in psychosis: a new brief measureBehavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1-13.

Ward, T., Rus-Calafell, M., Ramadhan, Z., Soumelidou, O., Fornells-Ambrojo, M., Garety, P., & Craig, T. K. (2020). AVATAR therapy for distressing voices: a comprehensive account of therapeutic targets. Schizophrenia bulletin46(5), 1038-1044.

Zarkali, A., McColgan, P., Ryten, M., Reynolds, R., Leyland, L. A., Lees, A. J., … & Weil, R. S. (2020). Differences in network controllability and regional gene expression underlie hallucinations in Parkinson’s disease. Brain143(11), 3435-3448.

Hazell, C. M., Kelly, O., O’Brien, S., Strauss, C., Cavanagh, K., & Hayward, M. (2020). Patient experience of Guided self-help CBT intervention for VoicEs (GiVE) delivered within a pilot randomized controlled trial. Cognitive Behaviour Therapist13.

Leptourgos, P., Fortier-Davy, M., Carhart-Harris, R., Corlett, P. R., Dupuis, D., Halberstadt, A. L., … & Jardri, R. (2020). Hallucinations Under Psychedelics and in the Schizophrenia Spectrum: An Interdisciplinary and Multiscale Comparison. Schizophrenia Bulletin46(6), 1396-1408

Humpston, C., Garrison, J., Orlov, N., Aleman, A., Jardri, R., Fernyhough, C., & Allen, P. (2020). Real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging neurofeedback for the relief of distressing auditory-verbal hallucinations: methodological and empirical advances. Schizophrenia Bulletin46(6), 1409-1417.

Hazell, C. M., Lyons, N., Owumere, J., Schulz, J., Glover, N., Whittaker, S., … & Raune, D. (2020). Service evaluation of a sole-session psychoeducational intervention to improve caregivers’ key illness beliefs after first episode psychosis (FEP)Cognitive Behaviour Therapist13.

Sheaves, B., Johns, L., Griffith, L., Isham, L., Kabir, T., & Freeman, D. (2020). Why do patients with psychosis listen to and believe derogatory and threatening voices? 21 reasons given by patients. Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy48(6), 631-645.

Barnby, J. M., Bell, V., Deeley, Q., & Mehta, M. A. (2020). Dopamine manipulations modulate paranoid social inferences in healthy people. Translational psychiatry10(1), 1-13.

Wright, A. C., Coman, D., Deng, W., Farabaugh, A., Terechina, O., Cather, C., … & Holt, D. J. (2020). The impact of childhood trauma, hallucinations, and emotional reactivity on delusional ideation. Schizophrenia Bulletin Open1(1), sgaa021.

Hazell, C. M., Hayward, M., Lobban, F., Pandey, A., Pinfold, V., Smith, H. E., & Jones, C. J. (2020). Demographic predictors of wellbeing in Carers of people with psychosis: secondary analysis of trial data. BMC psychiatry20, 1-9.

Hardy, A., O’Driscoll, C., Steel, C., van der Gaag, M., & van den Berg, D. (2020). A network analysis of post-traumatic stress and psychosis symptoms. Psychological Medicine, 1-8.

Brand, R. M., Bendall, S., Hardy, A., Rossell, S. L., & Thomas, N. (2020). Trauma‐focused imaginal exposure for auditory hallucinations: A case series. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, e12284.

Bird, J. C., Loe, B. S., Kirkham, M., Fergusson, E. C., Shearn, C., Stratford, H., … & Freeman, D. (2020). The assessment of paranoia in young people: Item and test properties of the Bird Checklist of Adolescent Paranoia. Schizophrenia research220, 116-122.

Černis, E., Freeman, D., & Ehlers, A. (2020). Describing the indescribable: A qualitative study of dissociative experiences in psychosis. PloS one15(2), e0229091.

Edwards, C. J., Garety, P. A., & Hardy, A. (2020). Remembering the past to live better in the future: A feasibility randomised controlled trial of memory specificity training for motivation in psychosisJournal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry68, 101564.

Brand, R. M., Bendall, S., Hardy, A., Rossell, S. L., Meyer, D., & Thomas, N. (2020). Moment-to-moment associations between posttraumatic stress symptoms and auditory hallucinations in the flow of daily life. Psychiatry research285, 112838.

Hazell, C. M., Jones, C. J., Pandey, A., & Smith, H. E. (2019). Barriers to recruiting and retaining psychosis carers: a case study on the lessons learned from the Caring for Caregivers (C4C) trialBMC research notes12(1), 1-5.

McGuire, N., Melville, C., Karadzhov, D., & Gumley, A. (2020). “She is more about my illness than me”: a qualitative study exploring social support in individuals with experiences of psychosisPsychosis12(2), 128-138.

Jerotic, S., Ristic, I., Pejovic, S., Mihaljevic, M., Pavlovic, Z., Britvic, D., … & Maric, N. P. (2020). Retinal structural abnormalities in young adults with psychosis spectrum disorders. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry98, 109825.

Montagnese, M., Knolle, F., Haarsma, J., Griffin, J. D., Richards, A., Vertes, P. E., … & NSPN Consortium. (2020). Reinforcement learning as an intermediate phenotype in psychosis? Deficits sensitive to illness stage but not associated with polygenic risk of schizophrenia in the general population. Schizophrenia research222, 389-396.

Brand, R. M., Hardy, A., Bendall, S., & Thomas, N. (2020). A tale of two outcomes: Remission and exacerbation in the use of trauma‐focused imaginal exposure for trauma‐related voice‐hearing. Key learnings to guide future practice. Clinical Psychologist24(2), 195-205.

Wright, A., Fowler, D., & Greenwood, K. (2020). Influences on functional outcome and subjective recovery in individuals with and without First Episode Psychosis: A metacognitive model. Psychiatry research284, 112643.

Wright, A., Nelson, B., Fowler, D., & Greenwood, K. (2020). Perceptual biases and metacognition and their association with anomalous self experiences in first episode psychosisConsciousness and cognition77, 102847.

Wright, A., Cather, C., Gilman, J., & Evins, A. E. (2020). The changing legal landscape of cannabis use and its role in youth-onset psychosis. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics29(1), 145-156.

Wright, A., Browne, J., Mueser, K. T., & Cather, C. (2020). Evidence-Based psychosocial treatment for individuals with early psychosisChild and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics29(1), 211-223.

Bortolon, C., & Raffard, S. (2019). Affective and cognitive factors associated with hallucination proneness in the general population: the role of shame and trauma-related intrusionsCognitive neuropsychiatry24(6), 406-420.

Waite, F., Diamond, R., Collett, N., Chadwick, E., Bold, E., Teale, A. L., … & Freeman, D. (2019). The comments of voices on the appearance of patients with psychosis:‘the voices tell me that I am ugly’BJPsych open5(5).

Mitrenga, K. J., Alderson-Day, B., May, L., Moffatt, J., Moseley, P., & Fernyhough, C. (2019). Reading characters in voices: Ratings of personality characteristics from voices predict proneness to auditory verbal hallucinationsPlos one14(8), e0221127.

Bell, I. H., & Alvarez-Jimenez, M. (2019). Digital technology to enhance clinical care of early psychosisCurrent Treatment Options in Psychiatry6(3), 256-270.

Bansal, S., Murthy, K. G., Fitzgerald, J., Schwartz, B. L., & Joiner, W. M. (2019). Reduced transfer of visuomotor adaptation is associated with aberrant sense of agency in schizophrenia. Neuroscience413, 108-122.

Zarkali, A., Lees, A. J., & Weil, R. S. (2019). Flickering Stimuli Do Not Reliably Induce Visual Hallucinations in Parkinson’s DiseaseJournal of Parkinson’s disease9(3), 631-635.

Fernyhough, C., Watson, A., Bernini, M., Moseley, P., & Alderson-Day, B. (2019). Imaginary companions, inner speech and auditory verbal hallucinations: What are the relations? Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 1665.

Laloyaux, J., De Keyser, F., Pinchard, A., Della Libera, C., & Larøi, F. (2019). Testing a model of auditory hallucinations: the role of negative emotions and cognitive resources. Cognitive neuropsychiatry, 1-19.

Montagnese, M., Knolle, F., Haarsma, J., Griffin, J., Richards, A., Vertes, P., … & Fonagy, P. (2019). Reinforcement learning as an intermediate phenotype in psychosis? Deficits sensitive to illness stage but not associated with polygenic risk of schizophrenia in the general population. bioRxiv, 668939.

Hadden, L. M., Alderson‐Day, B., Jackson, M., Fernyhough, C., & Bentall, R. P. (2019). The auditory‐verbal hallucinations of Welsh–English bilingual people. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice.

Wright, A. C., Mueser, K. T., McGurk, S. R., Fowler, D., & Greenwood, K. E. (2019). Cognitive and metacognitive factors predict engagement in employment in individuals with first episode psychosis. Schizophrenia Research: Cognition, 100141.

Luhrmann, T. M., Alderson-Day, B., Bell, V., Bless, J. J., Corlett, P., Hugdahl, K., … & Peters, E. (2019). Beyond trauma: a multiple pathways approach to auditory hallucinations in clinical and nonclinical populations. Schizophrenia bulletin, 45(Supplement_1), S24-S31.

Jones, N., Rosen, C., Helm, S., O’Neill, S., Davidson, L., & Shattell, M. (2019). Psychosis in public mental health: Provider perspectives on clinical relationships and barriers to the improvement of services. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 89(1), 95.

Kannape, O. A., Smith, E. J., Moseley, P., Roy, M. P., & Lenggenhager, B. (2019). Experimentally induced limb-disownership in mixed reality. Neuropsychologia, 124, 161-170.

Ortiz de Gortari, A., & Griffiths, M. (2019). Letter to the Editor for ‘Current Addiction Reports’—Game Transfer Phenomena and Dissociation: a Reply to Guglielmucci et al.(2019). Current Addiction Reports.

Zarkali, A., Lees, A. J., & Weil, R. S. (2019). Flickering Stimuli Do Not Reliably Induce Visual Hallucinations in Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of Parkinson’s disease, (Preprint), 1-5.

Rollins, C. P., Garrison, J. R., Simons, J. S., Rowe, J. B., O’Callaghan, C., Murray, G. K., & Suckling, J. (2019). Meta-analytic evidence for the plurality of mechanisms in transdiagnostic structural MRI studies of hallucination status. EClinicalMedicine, 8, 57-71.

de Boer, J.N., Linszen, M.M.J., de Vries, J., Schutte, M.J.L., Begemann, M.J.H., Heringa, S.M., Bohlken, M.M., Hugdahl, K., Aleman, A., Wijnen, F.N.K. & Sommer, I.E.C., (2019). Auditory hallucinations, top-down processing and language perception: a general population study. Psychological medicine, 1-9.

Dudley, R., Aynsworth, C., Mosimann, U., Taylor, J. P., Smailes, D., Collerton, D., … & Urwyler, P. (2019). A comparison of visual hallucinations across disorders. Psychiatry research, 272, 86-92.

Haarsma, J., Fletcher, P. C., Ziauddeen, H., Spencer, T. J., Diederen, K. M., & Murray, G. K. (2018). Precision weighting of cortical unsigned prediction errors is mediated by dopamine and benefits learning. bioRxiv, 288936.

Bansal, S., Murthy, K. G., Fitzgerald, J., Schwartz, B. L., & Joiner, W. M. (2018). Reduced transfer of visuomotor adaptation is associated with aberrant sense of agency in Schizophrenia. bioRxiv, 338509.

Bird, J. C., Evans, R., Waite, F., Loe, B. S., & Freeman, D. (2018). Adolescent paranoia: prevalence, structure, and causal mechanisms. Schizophrenia bulletin. sby180

Wright, A. C., Davies, G., Fowler, D., & Greenwood, K. E. (2018). Self-defining memories predict engagement in structured activity in first episode psychosis, independent of neurocognition and metacognition. Schizophrenia bulletin.

Phalen, P. L., Rouhakhtar, P. R., Millman, Z. B., Thompson, E., DeVylder, J., Mittal, V., … & Schiffman, J. (2018). Validity of a two-item screen for early psychosis. Psychiatry research, 270, 861-868.

Hare, S. M., Ford, J. M., Mathalon, D. H., Damaraju, E., Bustillo, J., Belger, A., … & Preda, A. (2018). Salience–Default Mode Functional Network Connectivity Linked to Positive and Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia bulletin, 45(4), 892-901.

Moseley, P., Mitrenga, K. J., Ellison, A., & Fernyhough, C. (2018). Investigating the roles of medial prefrontal and superior temporal cortex in source monitoring. Neuropsychologia, 120, 113-123.

Hazell, C. M., Greenwood, K., Fielding-Smith, S., Rammou, A., Bogen-Johnston, L., Berry, C., … & Hayward, M. (2018). Understanding the barriers to accessing symptom-specific Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for distressing voices: reflecting on and extending the lessons learnt from the CBT for psychosis literature. Frontiers in psychology, 9.

Benrimoh, D., Parr, T., Vincent, P., Adams, R. A., & Friston, K. (2018). Active Inference and Auditory Hallucinations. Computational Psychiatry, 2, 183-204.

Corlett, P. R., Horga, G., Fletcher, P. C., Alderson-Day, B., Schmack, K., & Powers III, A. R. (2018). Hallucinations and Strong Priors. Trends in cognitive sciences.

Bell, I. H., Fielding-Smith, S. F., Hayward, M., Rossell, S. L., Lim, M. H., Farhall, J., & Thomas, N. (2018). Smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment and intervention in a blended coping-focused therapy for distressing voices: Development and case illustration. Internet interventions, 14, 18-25.

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