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.One theory posits hallucinations arise when the brain relies too strongly on these expectations, filling in details even when an actual auditory input does not exist. Culture and religion may also play a role in interpreting what individuals perceive, and whether the voices they hear are helpful or disruptive.

via Do You Hear What I Hear? Auditory Hallucinations Yield Clues to Perception — Scientific American: Mind

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