Daniel Freeman (psychologist)
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Freeman at the Edinburgh International Science Festival 2014
|Known for||Paranoia studies|
|Awards||May Davidson Award (2008)|
|Institutions||Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience; University of Oxford|
Daniel Freeman is a British psychologist and paranoia expert at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King's College London and professor of clinical psychology and National Institute for Health Research research professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of Oxford. His research has shown that paranoia affects a much wider population, not just those who suffer from schizophrenia, as previously thought. One of his studies has also suggested that virtual reality can help treat paranoia.[non-primary source needed] He has written several books on paranoia and anxiety disorders.
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- Freeman, D; Bradley, J; Antley, A; Bourke, E; DeWeever, N; Evans, N; Černis, E; Sheaves, B; Waite, F; Dunn, G; Slater, M; Clark, D.M. (May 2016). "Virtual reality in the treatment of persecutory delusions: randomised controlled experimental study testing how to reduce delusional conviction". British Journal of Psychiatry. 211: 5.
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