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Auditory Hallucinations in "Non-Psychotic" Children

Max Levin
American Journal of Psychiatry, May 1932, 88: 1119-1152.

Abstract:

Four cases are presented of boys who had true auditory hallucinations. The boys were "non-psychotic," in the sense that they showed no acute psychotic disturbances, differing in this respect from the vast majority of the cases already recorded—cases which concern children who develop unmistakably psychotic states with hallucinations, usually at puberty. Altogether 24 episodes were reported by these boys. The episodes are recorded in detail, attention being given to setting, content, etc.