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Neuroscience: Encounters with the nonexistent

Nature volume 490, pages 481482 (25 October 2012) | Download Citation

Dominic ffytche contemplates Oliver Sacks' journey through the past and future science of hallucinations.

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  1. Dominic ffytche is Clinical Senior Lecturer in Old Age Psychiatry at King's College London. He specializes in visual hallucinations and related visual perceptual disorders.

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