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Callahan, Sidney. Women Who Hear Voices: The Challenge of Religious Experience. New York: Paulist Press. 2003.
Coleman, Ron. Recovery: An Alien Concept? Port of Ness, Island of Lewis: P & P Press, 2011.
Dent Pearce, Louisa. The Little Girl that Nobody Wanted. Melbourne: Elleldi Studios. 2011.
Dorman, Daniel. Dante’s Cure: A Journey out of Madness. New York: Other Press LLC. 2003.
Fernyhough, Charles. The Voices Within: The History and Science of How we Talk to Ourselves.
New York: Basic Books. 2016.
Hornstein, Gail. Agnes’s Jacket: A Psychologist’s Search for the Meaning of Madness. New York: Rodale. 2009.
Corstens, Dirk, Dillon, Jacqui, Escher, Sandra; Morris, Mervyn and Romme, Marius. Living with Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery. UK: PCCS Books, Ltd. 2009.
McCarthy-Jones, Simon. Can’t You Hear Them? The Science and Significance of Hearing Voices. London and
Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 2017.
North, Carol. Welcome, Silence: My Triumph Over Schizophrenia. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1987.
Runningwolf, Michael. The Promise. Self-published on Amazon.com. 2019.
Smith, Daniel B. Muses, Madmen and Prophets: Hearing Voices and the Borders of Sanity.
New York: Penguin Books. 2007.
Steele, Ken and Berman, Claire. The Day the Voices Stopped: A Memoir of Madness and Hope.
New York: Basic Books. 2001.
T. M. Luhrmann. “The Sound of Madness: Can We Treat Psychosis by Listening to the Voices in our Heads?” Harper’s Magazine. May 2018. https://harpers.org/archive/2018/06/the-sound-of-madness/. 5/22/2018.
Jerome Groopman. “The Voices in our Heads: Why Do People Talk to Themselves, and When Does it Become a Problem?” The New Yorker. January 9, 2017. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/01/09/the
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