AVH

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AVHApple Valley High (various locations)
AVHAssociation Valentin Haüy (French: Valentin Haüy Association: est. 1889)
AVHAndroscoggin Valley Hospital (Berlin, NH)
AVHAxinn Veltrop & Harkrider (law firm; various locations)
AVHAustralian Veterinary Hospital
AVHAnne Valérie Hash (French fashion designer)
AVHAllamvedelmi Hatosag (Hungarian secret police)
AVHAcademy of Veterinary Homeopathy
AVHAlex Van Halen
AVHAcute Viral Hepatitis
AVHAntelope Valley Hospital (Lancaster, California)
AVHAlliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (political party; Serbia)
AVHA Virtual Horse (video game)
AVHAuditory Verbal Hallucination
AVHAverage Hardness
AVHAir Vehicle Handler
AVHAverage Heading
AVHAircraft Rescue Boat (Auxiliary, Aircraft, Hospital)
AVHAcacia Veterinary Hospital (Chico, CA)
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In the present study, we examined the profile of the resting-state spontaneous coupling of EEG samples obtained from (a) normal healthy subjects, (b) a set of surrogates (see Methods section), (c) subjects suffering from persisted auditory verbal hallucinations and TBs (TB patients), and (d) a set of non-TB patients.
Using a translational approach, the current view of auditory verbal hallucinations is that they implicate speech perception areas in the left temporal lobe, thereby impairing the perception of and attention to external sounds.
Li et al., "Putamen-related regional and network functional deficits in first-episode schizophrenia with auditory verbal hallucinations," Schizophrenia Research, vol.
Auditory Verbal Hallucinations as Dialogical Experiences.
Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for auditory verbal hallucinations in schizophrenia during pregnancy: A case report.
The final sample consisted of 60 patients, 39 men (65%) and 21 women (35%), with auditory verbal hallucinations. The mean age was 38.3 (s.d.
Silbersweig described a 23-year-old patient with visual and auditory verbal hallucinations who had never taken antipsychotic drugs.
Background: Auditory verbal hallucinations (AVHs) of schizophrenia have been associated with structural and functional alterations of some brain regions.
Schizophrenia sufferers feel like abstract entities with non-animated bodies, often experiencing auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) due to morbid "objectification" of inner dialogue.