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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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