Professor Charles Fernyhough is a developmental psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Durham, a writer of fiction and non-fiction and a literary journalist and creative writing tutor. He is Director and Principal Investigator of Hearing the Voice.
Dr Ben Alderson-Day is a psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Durham, with an interest in voice-hearing, inner speech and the role of language in how people think. He is a Co-Investigator with Hearing the Voice.
Dr Marco Bernini is a narratologist interested in literature and cognition, currently working on a book on Samuel Beckett. He is a member of Hearing the Voice.
Dr John Foxwell is a doctoral researcher in Durham’s Department of English Studies and a member of Hearing the Voice.
David Napthine is an actor and writer. He has been working with Hearing the Voice since 2016, and was Writer in Residence for Hearing Voices: suffering, inspiration and the everyday, an exhibition on voice-hearing produced by Hearing the Voice.
Dr Jennifer Hodgson was a postdoctoral research associate on the Writers’ Inner Voices project from August 2014 to January 2015. She is a researcher, a writer and a literary editor working on British experimental post-war writing and theories of narrative and fiction.