Asked by Ayanna Fleet on Feb 29, 2024



The voice hallucinations experienced by schizophrenic individuals might be due to:

A) abnormalities in the thalamus.
B) deficiencies in the auditory cortex.
C) shrinking of ventricles.
D) abnormalities in the hippocampus.

Voice Hallucinations

Auditory hallucinations where an individual hears voices that are not present or generated by an external source.


A structure in the brain that acts as a relay station, transmitting information from the sensory organs to the cerebral cortex.

Auditory Cortex

The region of the brain that is responsible for processing auditory information, located in the temporal lobe.

  • Recognize the unique symptoms of schizophrenia as opposed to those found in other disorders.

Verified Answer

Talik Totten

Feb 29, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Research suggests that deficiencies in the auditory cortex, the area of the brain responsible for processing sound, might contribute to the experience of voice hallucinations in individuals with schizophrenia.