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Thomas, P. and Leudar, I. (1993). Auditory Hallucinations in Schizophrenia. Lancet, 433, 421-423.
Thomas, P. and Leudar, I. (1996). Verbal hallucinations or hearing voices: What does the experience signify. Journal of Mental Health, 5, 215-218.
Leudar, I., Thomas, P., McNally, D. and Glinski, A. (1997). What voices can do with words: Pragmatics of verbal hallucinations. Psychological Medicine, 27, 885-898. [PDF]
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Leudar, I. and Thomas, P. (2000). Voices of Reason, Voices of Insanity. Open Mind, 103, 12 - 14.
Leudar, I and David, A. (2001). Head to head debate: Is hearing voices a sign of insanity? The Psychologist, 14, 256-259.
Leudar, I. (2001). Voices in History. Outlines. Critical Social Studies, 3, 5-18. [PDF]
Leudar, I. and Sharrock, W. (2002). The cases of John Bunyan. Part 1: Taine and Royce. History and Psychiatry, 13 , 3, 247-265. [PDF]
Leudar, I. and Sharrock, W. (2002). The cases of John Bunyan. Part 2: James and Janet. History and Psychiatry, 13 , 4, 401-417. [PDF]
Thomas, P., Bracken, P, Leudar, I (2004). Hearing Voices: A Phenomenological-Hermeneutic Approach. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 9, 13-23. [PDF]
McCabe, R., Leudar, I. and Antaki, C. (2004). Do people with schizophrenia display theory of mind deficits in clinical interactions? Psychological Medicine , 34 , 401–412. [PDF]
Hayes, Leudar and King (2011). Where does the meaning of abusive voices come from? School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Manchester. [PDF]
Hayes, J. and Leudar, I. (2013). Experiences of continued presence: On the practical consequences of ‘hallucinations’ in bereavement. School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Manchester. [PDF]