Stathis Papaioannou wrote:

>But some patients claim to hear voices with none of the "correct" psychotic
>features; similarly, they have "delusions" without the classic features of
>paranoid delusions, which do not respond to antipsychotic treatment.

But wouldn't it also be true that a person hypnotized to experience stimuli 
like voices would display none of the correct psychotic features, and would 
not respond to antipsychotics? That doesn't mean the hypnotized person is 
not having genuine qualia of voices or whatever they've been hypnotized to 
experience. Why do you think it's different with these patients?


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