First Advisor

Dr. Erin Winterrowd

Reader

Dr. Kari Kloos; Dr. Julia Brumbaugh

College

Regis College

Degree Name

BAS

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

Number of Pages

75

Abstract

The author explores the possibility of “hearing voices” from both a medical model, adhering closely to the psychological and neurological roots of auditory hallucination, and from a spiritual/religious model, accounting for those voices that cannot be explained or interpreted by science.

Date of Award

Spring 2019

Location (Creation)

Denver, Colorado

Rights Statement

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