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Guide to the Brain Part 14 – Depression

The Psychotherapist’s Essential Guide To The Brain Part 14 – Depression Part 2 Matthew Dahlitz Members Download Article: TNPTVol5Issue3pp8-17 [Content protected for subscribers only] Not A Subscriber? If you are a subscriber and do not see the download...

Tired & Heading to Burnout?

Tired and heading to burnout? Neuroscience offers some help. Kirke Olson Members Download Article: TNPTVol5Issue3pp46-49 [Content protected for subscribers only] Not A Subscriber? If you are a subscriber and do not see the download button you may not be logged in...

Guide To The Brain Part 13 – Depression

Members Download: TNPTVol5issue2pp8-15 What Is Depression? Depression comes under the umbrella of mood or affective disorders, in which individuals have difficulty controlling mood states. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, (5th ed.; DSM–5;...

The Thalamus

The Thalamus The Thalamus in 60 seconds from The Neuropsychotherapist on Vimeo. The thalamus (from the Greek word meaning “chamber”) is centrally located between the cerebral cortex and the midbrain and is known for its role in relaying sensory and motor signals to...

Prefrontal Cortex

Prefrontal Cortex Definition The prefrontal cortex (PFC) is the cerebral cortex which covers the front part of the frontal lobe. This brain region has been implicated in planning complex cognitive behavior, personality expression, decision making, and moderating...

Guide to the Brain Part 12 – Mirror Neurons

Members Download: TNPTvol5issue1pp10-13 Italian neuroscientists in the mid-1990s were studying the premotor areas of the frontal lobes of monkeys when they discovered a remarkable connection between the firing of neurons in the motor cortex and visual perception...

The Limbic System

The Limbic System The limbic system (also known as the paleomammalian brain) is a collection of brain structures located in the middle of the brain. It was first defined by Paul Broca in the nineteenth century as the structures between the cerebral hemisphere and the...

Epigenetics

Epigenetics Definition Epigenetics (from the Greek: επί – over, outside of, or around the genome) is the study of trait variations caused by external or environmental factors that switch genes on and off and affect how cells read genes. Epigenetic research seeks...

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation Definition Memory reconsolidation is the brain’s natural, neural process that can produce transformational change: the full, permanent elimination of an acquired behavior or emotional response. It is the brain’s innate process for fundamentally...

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