You Don't Hear What I Hear
Sometimes our mind plays tricks on us, making us hear things that aren’t really there. Some examples of this occurring include tinnitus (also known as ringing-in-the-ear) and auditory verbal hallucinations. Come and join us as our speakers explore these topics and discuss not only their prevalence in the population but also options for prevention and treatment.
Of sound mind and body: tinnitus prevention and treatment
Matheus Lourenco is a PhD candidate researching the subjective experience of tinnitus and treatment using behavioural therapies.
PhD in Section Experimental Health Psychology, Clinical Psychological Science
Now I hear it, now I don’t: precursors on auditory verbal hallucinations
Prof. Sonja Kotz is a translational cognitive neuroscientist investigating brain systems supporting motor and non-motor behaviour from bench to bedside.
Head of Neuropsychology, Neuropsychology & Psychopharmacology