These are the sources and citations used to research msucila hallucinations. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

  • Journal

    Aizenburg, D., Schwartz, B. and Modai, I.

    SINGLE CASE STUDY

    1986 - The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

    In-text: (Aizenburg, Schwartz and Modai 309-311)

    Your Bibliography: Aizenburg, Dov, Bruria Schwartz, and Ilan Modai. "SINGLE CASE STUDY." The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 174.5 (1986): 309-311. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Beaty, R. E., Burgin, C. J., Nusbaum, E. C., Kwapil, T. R., Hodges, D. A. and Silvia, P. J.

    Music to the inner ears: Exploring individual differences in musical imagery

    2013 - Consciousness and Cognition

    In-text: (Beaty et al. 1163-1173)

    Your Bibliography: Beaty, Roger E. et al. "Music To The Inner Ears: Exploring Individual Differences In Musical Imagery." Consciousness and Cognition 22.4 (2013): 1163-1173. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Berrios, G. E.

    Musical Hallucinations

    1990 - British Journal of Psychiatry

    In-text: (Berrios 188-194)

    Your Bibliography: Berrios, G. E. "Musical Hallucinations." British Journal of Psychiatry 156.02 (1990): 188-194. Web. 11 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Berrios, G. E.

    Musical Hallucinations

    1990 - British Journal of Psychiatry

    In-text: (Berrios 188-194)

    Your Bibliography: Berrios, G. E. "Musical Hallucinations." British Journal of Psychiatry 156.02 (1990): 188-194. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Website

    Cope, T.

    Musical hallucination (musical tinnitus)

    2018

    In-text: (Cope)

    Your Bibliography: Cope, Thomas. "Musical Hallucination (Musical Tinnitus)." British Tinnitus Association. N.p., 2018. Web. 11 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Golden, E. C. and Josephs, K. A.

    Minds on replay: musical hallucinations and their relationship to neurological disease

    2015 - Brain

    In-text: (Golden and Josephs 3793-3802)

    Your Bibliography: Golden, Erin C., and Keith A. Josephs. "Minds On Replay: Musical Hallucinations And Their Relationship To Neurological Disease." Brain 138.12 (2015): 3793-3802. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Johns, L. C., Hemsley, D. and Kuipers, E.

    A comparison of auditory hallucinations in a psychiatric and non-psychiatric group

    2002 - British Journal of Clinical Psychology

    In-text: (Johns, Hemsley and Kuipers 81-86)

    Your Bibliography: Johns, Louise C., David Hemsley, and Elizabeth Kuipers. "A Comparison Of Auditory Hallucinations In A Psychiatric And Non-Psychiatric Group." British Journal of Clinical Psychology 41.1 (2002): 81-86. Web.

  • Journal

    Mason, O. J. and Brady, F.

    The Psychotomimetic Effects of Short-Term Sensory Deprivation

    2009 - The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

    In-text: (Mason and Brady 783-785)

    Your Bibliography: Mason, Oliver J., and Francesca Brady. "The Psychotomimetic Effects Of Short-Term Sensory Deprivation." The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 197.10 (2009): 783-785. Web. 14 May 2019.

  • Website

    Musical hallucination (musical tinnitus)

    2019

    In-text: ("Musical Hallucination (Musical Tinnitus)")

    Your Bibliography: "Musical Hallucination (Musical Tinnitus)." British Tinnitus Association. N.p., 2019. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Penfield, W. and Perot, P.

    THE BRAIN’S RECORD OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL EXPERIENCE

    1963 - Brain

    In-text: (Penfield and Perot 595-696)

    Your Bibliography: Penfield, Wilder, and Phanor Perot. "THE BRAIN’S RECORD OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL EXPERIENCE." Brain 86.4 (1963): 595-696. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Peretz, I. and Zatorre, R. J.

    Brain Organization for Music Processing

    2005 - Annual Review of Psychology

    In-text: (Peretz and Zatorre 89-114)

    Your Bibliography: Peretz, Isabelle, and Robert J. Zatorre. "Brain Organization For Music Processing." Annual Review of Psychology 56.1 (2005): 89-114. Web. 14 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Satoh, M., Kokubo, M. and Kuzuhara, S.

    A case of idiopathic musical hallucination with increasing repertoire

    2007 - Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry

    In-text: (Satoh, Kokubo and Kuzuhara 203-204)

    Your Bibliography: Satoh, M, M Kokubo, and S Kuzuhara. "A Case Of Idiopathic Musical Hallucination With Increasing Repertoire." Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 78.2 (2007): 203-204. Web. 13 May 2019.

  • Website

    Scadeng, M.

    What Is FMRI? - Center for Functional MRI - UC San Diego

    2019

    In-text: (Scadeng)

    Your Bibliography: Scadeng, Miriam. "What Is FMRI? - Center For Functional MRI - UC San Diego." Fmri.ucsd.edu. N.p., 2019. Web. 14 May 2019.

  • Website

    Tinnitus Prevalence

    2011

    In-text: ("Tinnitus Prevalence")

    Your Bibliography: "Tinnitus Prevalence." Audiology. N.p., 2011. Web. 11 May 2019.

  • Journal

    Williams, T. I.

    The classification of involuntary musical imagery: The case for earworms.

    2015 - Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain

    In-text: (Williams 5-13)

    Your Bibliography: Williams, Tim I. "The Classification Of Involuntary Musical Imagery: The Case For Earworms.." Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 25.1 (2015): 5-13. Web. 13 May 2019.

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