5 Oct 2015

Participants sought: Hearing voices (auditory verbal hallucinations)

Participants are sought for study on auditory verbal hallucinations in relation to mood in bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder.

Have you heard voices when no one else was nearby? To the person hearing the voice, it seems like someone is talking to them, but others around them do not actually hear the voice. These experiences tend to be more common amongst people with a mental illness, but also affect a proportion of people without a mental illness. Please find out more from the study coordinator, Dr Wei Lin Toh:

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