Abnormalities in different areas of the corpus callosum appear to be associated with different schizophrenia symptoms, a new study reports.
Researchers find auditory hallucinations and delusions are more common in the general public than previously believed.
Delusional thinking is associated with slower alterations in personal belief, a new study reports. People who suffer more delusions also tend to seek out more information prior to making a guess, contradiction previous findings that those with psychosis are more prone to 'jump to conclusions'.
A new study aims to refine diagnostic criteria for teens at high risk of developing schizophrenia.
Researchers provide more real, scientific explanations as to why some people are convinced they have experienced alien encounters.
Researchers report both those who received voluntary and involuntary electroconvulsive therapy reported their symptoms were much improved following treatment.
According to researchers, healthy people who experience subtle symptoms of psychotic disorders, such as hallucinations, have altered brain dynamics.