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Malicious Mirror

One of the symptoms of schizophrenia is having sensory illusions such as hallucinations or hearing voices. Now clues about the role that one area of the brain may play in generating such powerful illusions come from a study by Olaf Blanke of the Brain Mind Institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne and his colleagues.

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