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Cambridge Journals Online - The Spanish Journal of Psychology - Abstract - Do Thoughts Have Sound? Differences between Thoughts and Auditory Hallucinations in Schizophrenia

Cambridge Journals Online - The Spanish Journal of Psychology - Abstract - Do Thoughts Have Sound? Differences between Thoughts and Auditory Hallucinations in Schizophrenia | Inner speech | Scoop.it
Cognitive theories about auditory hallucinations maintain that inner speech is erroneously interpreted as coming from an external source. Few first-hand accounts of patientsguez Martn Ghearings thoughts at the same volume as auditory hallucinations and spoken words.
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You don't always know what you're saying

You don't always know what you're saying | Inner speech | Scoop.it
People's conscious awareness of their speech often comes after they've spoken, not before.
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Catching Ourselves in the Act of Thinking | Brainwaves, Scientific American Blog Network

Catching Ourselves in the Act of Thinking | Brainwaves, Scientific American Blog Network | Inner speech | Scoop.it
From 1934 to 1970, Louie Mayer worked as a cook and housekeeper for writers Virginia and Leonard Woolf at their home in Rodmell, England. Her very ...
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Interesting article on Russell Hurlburt's experience sampling study of inner speech.

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BBC World Service - The Forum, Inner Speech, Charles Fernyhough on the patterns and shapes of inner speech. Photo c/o Getty Images

BBC World Service - The Forum, Inner Speech, Charles Fernyhough on the patterns and shapes of inner speech. Photo c/o Getty Images | Inner speech | Scoop.it
The difference between internal and external speech...
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Sign in to read: The voices within: The power of talking to yourself - life - 03 June 2013 - New Scientist

Sign in to read: The voices within: The power of talking to yourself - life - 03 June 2013 - New Scientist | Inner speech | Scoop.it
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Inner speech speaks volumes about the brain

Inner speech speaks volumes about the brain | Inner speech | Scoop.it
Whether you're reading the paper or thinking through your schedule for the day, chances are that you're hearing yourself speak even if you're not saying words out loud.
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Frontiers | Inner Speech is not so Simple: A Commentary on Cho and Wu (2013) | Schizophrenia

Inner Speech is not so Simple: A Commentary on Cho and Wu (2013)
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Do Deaf People Hear an Inner Voice?

Do Deaf People Hear an Inner Voice? | Inner speech | Scoop.it

What is the 'voice in the head' like for people with hearing loss? Blog post for Psychology Today by Charles Fernyhough

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More than one voice: Investigating the phenomenological properties of inner speech requires a variety of methods

Alderson-Day, B., and Fernyhough, C. (2014). More than one voice: Investigating the phenomenological properties of inner speech requires a variety of methods. Commentary on Hurlburt, Heavey and Kelsey (2013), Toward a Phenomenology of Inner Speaking. Consciousness and Cognition, 24, 113-114.

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HtV team member Ben Alderson-Day and Charles Fernyhough's commentary on Russell Hurlburt's fascinating experience sampling study of inner speech

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Individual differences in children’s private speech: The role of imaginary companions

Davis, P., Meins, E., and Fernyhough, C. (2013) Individual differences in children’s private speech: The role of imaginary companions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 116 (3): 561-71.

 

Abstract: Relations between children’s imaginary companion status and their engagement in private speech during free play were investigated in a socially diverse sample of 5-year-olds (N = 148). Controlling for socioeconomic status, receptive verbal ability, total number of utterances, and duration of observation, there was a main effect of imaginary companion status on type of private speech. Children who had imaginary companions were more likely to engage in covert private speech compared with their peers who did not have imaginary companions. These results suggest that the private speech of children with imaginary companions is more internalized than that of their peers who do not have imaginary companions and that social engagement with imaginary beings may fulfill a similar role to social engagement with real-life partners in the developmental progression of private speech

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Getting to Know the Voices in Your Head: Scientific American

Getting to Know the Voices in Your Head: Scientific American | Inner speech | Scoop.it
We talk to ourselves to stay motivated, tame unruly emotions, plan for the future and even maintain a sense of self
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'Life in the Chatter Box'

'Life in the Chatter Box' | Inner speech | Scoop.it
The Hearing the Voice team were very excited to see project director Charles Fernyhough’s article ‘Life in the Chatter Box’ in the New Scientist this week. The article focuses on recent research in...
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