Neurobiology, adaptive information processing, and traumatic dissociation

Description

Recent neuroscience research is discussed with a view towards increasing our understanding of underlying neurobiological processes with respect to the phenomenology of dissociation. It is suggested that dissociation is a result on a breakdown in the linking of different neural networks in the time domain, e.g. information processing. Recent research suggests that both lower brain structures as well as higher brain structures are involved. It is suggested that this process is essential to our understanding both of dissociation on one hand, as well as Adaptive Information Processing on the other.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Ulrich Lanius

Original Work Citation

Lanius, U. (2013, September). Neurobiology, adaptive information processing, and traumatic dissociation. Presentation at the 18th EMDR International Association Conference, Austin, TX

Collection

Citation

“Neurobiology, adaptive information processing, and traumatic dissociation,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 14, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22278.

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