Consequently, we believe that taking this issue into consideration in studies related to PTSD while designing studies will contribute to our understanding of the neurobiological
etiology of PTSD.
For example, recent studies by neuroscientists of mind-brain relationships show strong correlations between a person's consciously felt and reported intent--effectively controlled by laboratory procedures specified in psychologically described ways, and communicated to the subjects in psychologically meaningful terms--and subsequent neurobiological
processes in their brain.
(4) An adequate understanding of the phenomena of schizophrenia, for example, is lacking, and will require an integration of three levels: the neurobiological
derangement, the aberrant cognitive processes at the psychological level, and the personal idiosyncratic experience of these processes.
Erickson will devote his keynote address at this September's inaugural National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) to a discussion of neurobiological
factors that can inform excellent treatment.
AD/HD is a neurobiological
disorder that experts estimate affects three to five per cent of school age children.
The book has been very well received in the scientific and neurobiological
circles and as an example here is a comment from the Nobel Prize winner David Hubel on the cover: "It had been widely thought that an adult, crass-eyed since infancy, could never acquire stereovision, but to everyone's surprise Barry succeeded.
This text guides nurses in managing special populations, clarifying neurobiological
theories, and conducting psychiatric nursing evaluations.
BEING A BRAIN-WISE THERAPIST: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO INTERPERSONAL NEUROBIOLOGY adds to Norton's Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology and provides college-level counseling students and practitioners with a powerful review of the basics on brain structure, function, and neurobiological
The central mission of the CDB Branch is to examine in-depth the behavioral, neurobiological
, and genetic aspects of typical development and factors that place such development at risk, and to determine the optimal prevention and intervention approaches and under what conditions and in what contexts interventions can be most effective for specific subsets of individuals.
The following 22 chapters succinctly cover a range of topics from basic neurobiological
development, pharmacology, a discussion of the consequences of inadequately treated pain, foetal surgery and ethical issues.
It will be published six times in 2008 and will cover the developmental disorders known as Pervasive Developmental Disorders (autism spectrum disorders) with a focus on basic genetic, neurobiological
and psychological mechanisms and their influence on ASDs.
The Gersh Academy, a leading educational resource for children with neurobiological
disorders, is holding free Training Programs for parents of children with disorders such as Asperger syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tourette syndrome, Anxiety Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Depressive Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Nonverbal Learning Disorders.