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A major challenge regarding delusions is understanding them in terms of changes in brain function. Dr Corlett is attempting to meet this challenge by investigating the neural basis of human associative learning and belief formation, and relating these processes to the formation of delusional beliefs. His findings have shaped the development of a novel mechanistic model of delusion formation, which he discusses with Dr Raj Persaud in this podcast.
Date published: 17 August 2015
Presenter: Dr Raj
Interviewee: Dr Philip
Audio running time: 27 minutes
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