Vol 10, No 4 (2014)

Table of Contents

Case Study

Pseudohallucinations in an Adolescent: Considerations for Diagnosis and Treatment in the Case of "Kate" Abstract PDF
Michael A. Shapiro, Regina Bussing, Mathew L. Nguyen 227-259
Using Phenomenology To Understand Hallucinatory Experiences Abstract PDF
Elizabeth S. Pienkos 260-270
The Case of "Kate" and Her Pseudohallucinations from the Perspective of Interpersonal Defense Theory: An Example of Using Case Formulations as the Key Guide for Understanding Patients' Problems and Making Treatment Decisions Abstract PDF
Michael A. Westerman 271-286
What Do We Know About the Correlates and Underlying Causes of Auditory Hallucinations in Nonpsychotic Children and Adolescents, and What Are the Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment? Abstract PDF
Peter Mertin 287-296
A Reconceptualization of Pseudohallucinations in the Case of "Kate" Abstract PDF
Michael A Shapiro, Regina Bussing, Mathew L. Nguyen 297-305