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  • Author(s): Greyson, Bruce; Liester, Mitchell B.
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    Journal of Humanistic Psychology. Summer2004, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p320-336. 17p. 2 Black and White Photographs, 3 Charts.
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      Among persons who reported having had near-death experiences, 80% also reported subsequent auditory hallucinations. Experiencers' attitudes toward these hallucinations were overwhelmingly positive, as contrasted with the overwhelmingly negative attitudes of patients with schizophrenia toward their auditory hallucinations. Auditory hallucinations not related to disease processes are common and may be highly valued by those who hear them. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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