Seeing hallucinations in the brain

Scientists induced auditory hallucinations in the brains of people in MRI machines to learn more about how they happen.

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7 thoughts on “Seeing hallucinations in the brain”

  1. But how much of the "hallucination" is just reflex from seeing the image? So they get used to "image = press the button" rather than "sound = press the button."

  2. What if instead of showing the picture with no sound, they played the sound and didn't show the picture? Would they visually hallucinate?


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