Social Neuroscience & the Biopsychological Model

Social neuroscience has become a rapidly developing field aided by the wide spread use of imaging techniques. It has been noted that there is difficulty in determining the neurophysiological basis of the “social brain” since no brain structure or subpopulation of...

Clinical Biopsychological Approach

The Clinical Biopsychological Approach has its neurophysiological and neuropsychological bases in the Dimensional Systems Model of higher cognitive functioning. It represents a brain-based psychotherapy integration approach that explains the impact of...

The Dimensional Systems Model

The Dimensional Systems Model explains higher cortical functions on the basis of cortical columns that serve as the basic information unit. Although the original theory was developed in 1984, it was considered too speculative and untestable by peer reviewers. However,...

Emotional Restructuring

Emotional Restructuring Clinical Biological Perspective on Brain Involvement Robert Moss & Christine Mahan doi: 10.12744/tnpt(5)054-065 Subscribers Download Article  Emotional Restructuring Not a subscriber? Click here to get your PDF copy. There is a growing...
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