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Are hallucinations due to an imbalance between excitatory and inhibitory influences on the brain?
R Jardri, K Hugdahl, M Hughes, J Brunelin, F Waters, B Alderson-Day, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 42 (5), 1124-1134, 2016
1582016
Occurrence and co-occurrence of hallucinations by modality in schizophrenia-spectrum disorders
S McCarthy-Jones, D Smailes, A Corvin, M Gill, DW Morris, TG Dinan, ...
Psychiatry research 252, 154-160, 2017
145*2017
The brain’s conversation with itself: neural substrates of dialogic inner speech
B Alderson-Day, S Weis, S McCarthy-Jones, P Moseley, D Smailes, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (1), 110-120, 2016
1252016
Development of a Readiness Ruler for use with alcohol brief interventions
N Heather, D Smailes, P Cassidy
Drug and alcohol dependence 98 (3), 235-240, 2008
1002008
Interdisciplinary approaches to the phenomenology of auditory verbal hallucinations
A Woods, N Jones, M Bernini, F Callard, B Alderson-Day, JC Badcock, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 40 (Suppl_4), S246-S254, 2014
952014
Testing continuum models of psychosis: No reduction in source monitoring ability in healthy individuals prone to auditory hallucinations
JR Garrison, P Moseley, B Alderson-Day, D Smailes, C Fernyhough, ...
cortex 91, 197-207, 2017
542017
Progressive stage transition does mean getting better: a further test of the Transtheoretical Model in recovery from alcohol problems
N Heather, J Hönekopp, D Smailes
Addiction 104 (6), 949-958, 2009
522009
Tailoring cognitive behavioral therapy to subtypes of voice-hearing
D Smailes, B Alderson-Day, C Fernyhough, S McCarthy-Jones, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 137930, 2015
502015
Reality monitoring performance and the role of visual imagery in visual hallucinations
C Aynsworth, N Nemat, D Collerton, D Smailes, R Dudley
Behaviour Research and Therapy 97, 115-122, 2017
492017
The effect of auditory verbal imagery on signal detection in hallucination-prone individuals
P Moseley, D Smailes, A Ellison, C Fernyhough
Cognition 146, 206-216, 2016
432016
Correlates of hallucinatory experiences in the general population: an international multisite replication study
P Moseley, A Aleman, P Allen, V Bell, J Bless, C Bortolon, M Cella, ...
Psychological Science 32 (7), 1024-1037, 2021
382021
Intentional inhibition but not source memory is related to hallucination-proneness and intrusive thoughts in a university sample
B Alderson-Day, D Smailes, J Moffatt, K Mitrenga, P Moseley, ...
cortex 113, 267-278, 2019
382019
A comparison of visual hallucinations across disorders
R Dudley, C Aynsworth, U Mosimann, JP Taylor, D Smailes, D Collerton, ...
Psychiatry research 272, 86-92, 2019
342019
Pareidolia-proneness, reality discrimination errors, and visual hallucination-like experiences in a non-clinical sample
D Smailes, E Burdis, C Gregoriou, B Fenton, R Dudley
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 25 (2), 113-125, 2020
262020
Associations between intrusive thoughts, reality discrimination and hallucination-proneness in healthy young adults
D Smailes, E Meins, C Fernyhough
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 20 (1), 72-80, 2015
152015
Varieties of felt presence? Three surveys of presence phenomena and their relations to psychopathology
B Alderson-Day, P Moseley, K Mitrenga, J Moffatt, R Lee, J Foxwell, ...
Psychological Medicine 53 (8), 3692-3700, 2023
122023
The effect of arousal and eye gaze direction on trust evaluations of stranger's faces: A potential pathway to paranoid thinking
J Abbott, M Middlemiss, V Bruce, D Smailes, R Dudley
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 60, 29-36, 2018
122018
The impact of negative affect on reality discrimination
D Smailes, E Meins, C Fernyhough
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 45 (3), 389-395, 2014
122014
Tailoring cognitive behavioural therapy to subtypes of voice-hearing using a novel tabletised manual: a feasibility study
G Dodgson, B Alderson-Day, D Smailes, F Ryles, C Mayer, ...
Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 49 (3), 287-301, 2021
112021
Recall of threat material is modulated by self or other referencing in people with high or low levels of non-clinical paranoia
J Greer, D Smailes, H Spencer, M Freeston, R Dudley
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 50, 1-7, 2016
112016
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