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Hallam, R S. The Therapy Relationship: A Special Kind of Friendship, London, Karnac Books, 2015.

Hallam, R S. Individual Case Formulation, San Diego, Academic Press, 2013.

Messari, S & Hallam, R S (2003). CBT for psychosis: A qualitative analysis of clients’ experiences, British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42, 171-188.

Hallam, R S & O’Connor, K. (2002). A dialogical approach to obsessions. Psychology and Psychotherapy, 75, 333-348.

* Tinnitus and hearing impairment

Hallam, R S & Corney, R (2013). Conversation tactics in persons with normal hearing and hearing impairment. International Journal of Audiology, Early online: 1-8.

Hallam, R S, Ashton, P, Sherbourne, K, & Gailey, L (2008). Persons with Acquired Profound Hearing Loss (APHL): How do they and their families adapt to the challenge? Health, 12, 369-388.

Hallam, R S & Mackenna, L. (2006) Tinnitus habituation therapy. In R S Tyler (Ed.) Tinnitus treatment. New York: Thieme.

Hallam, R S. Living with Tinnitus: Dealing with the Ringing in your Ears, London: Harper Collins, 1989.

* General psychological theory

Hallam, R. Abolishing the Concept of Mental Illness: Rethinking the Nature of our Woes. London, Routledge, 2018.

Hallam, R S. (2012). A mind-less self: ontogenesis and phylogenesis. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 19, 65-86.

Hallam, R S. (2012). Disordered Selves. Contemporary Social Science, 7, 197-213.

Hallam, R S. (2009). Virtual Selves, Real Persons: A Dialogue Across Disciplines. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



Identity? It’s a no-brainer: Yet more neuro-mythology. Clinical Psychology Forum, 208, April, 2010
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Damasio’s Error, Clinical Psychology Forum, No 212, August, 2010
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