Unlocking the Emotional Brain

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  • Author : Bruce Ecker
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Pages : 264 pages
  • ISBN : 1136640185
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Download or Read online Unlocking the Emotional Brain full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Bruce Ecker and published by Routledge which was released on 12 October 2012 with total page 264 pages. We cannot guarantee that Unlocking the Emotional Brain book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. Psychotherapy that regularly yields liberating, lasting change was, in the last century, a futuristic vision, but it has now become reality, thanks to a convergence of remarkable advances in clinical knowledge and brain science. In Unlocking the Emotional Brain, authors Ecker, Ticic and Hulley equip readers to carry out focused, empathic therapy using the process found by researchers to induce memory reconsolidation, the recently discovered and only known process for actually unlocking emotional memory at the synaptic level. Emotional memory's tenacity is the familiar bane of therapists, and researchers have long believed that emotional memory forms indelible learning. Reconsolidation has overturned these views. It allows new learning to erase, not just suppress, the deep, unconscious, intensely problematic emotional learnings that form during childhood or in later tribulations and generate most of the symptoms that bring people to therapy. Readers will learn methods that precisely eliminate unwanted, ingrained emotional responses—whether moods, behaviors or thought patterns—causing no loss of ordinary narrative memory, while restoring clients' well-being. Numerous case examples show the versatile use of this process in AEDP, Coherence Therapy, EFT, EMDR and IPNB.

Unlocking the Emotional Brain

Unlocking the Emotional Brain
  • Author : Bruce Ecker,Robin Ticic,Laurel Hulley
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 12 October 2012
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Psychotherapy that regularly yields liberating, lasting change was, in the last century, a futuristic vision, but it has now become reality, thanks to a convergence of remarkable advances in clinical knowledge and brain science. In Unlocking the Emotional Brain, authors Ecker, Ticic and Hulley equip readers to carry out focused, empathic therapy using the process found by researchers to induce memory reconsolidation, the recently discovered and only known process for actually unlocking emotional memory at the synaptic level. Emotional memory's

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Cristina M. Alberini,Sarah A. Johnson,Xiaojing Ye
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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The rediscovery of memory reconsolidation has brought the attention of many investigators to this field because the findings that a stabilized memory can return to a labile state have changed the way we view long-term memory formation and storage. Furthermore, it has provided important information for potentially developing novel therapeutic interventions for psychopathologies as well as cognitive impairments. As with all discoveries that change previous beliefs, many conclusions and interpretations about the novel data have been subjected to a great

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Jonathan L.C. Lee
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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Memory reconsolidation is the process that serves to restabilize a memory that has been destabilized through memory retrieval. This retrieval-induced plasticity has been extensively studied in the hippocampus, among other neural loci. A focus on hippocampal memory reconsolidation, for contextual fear, pure contextual, and spatial memories, reveals interesting constraints on when a retrieved memory undergoes reconsolidation. Moreover, the emergence of dissociable mechanisms of hippocampal contextual fear memory consolidation and reconsolidation has allowed the demonstration that reconsolidation serves to update both

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Karim Nader,Oliver Hardt,Einar Örn Einarsson,Peter S.B. Finnie
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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This chapter highlights the connections between research on memory reconsolidation and central ideas in memory research, considering the substantial body of work produced within the neurosciences as well as cognitive psychology–two fields that, at the beginning of our science in the past century, were not as separated as they are now. We advance the basic idea that the reconsolidation phenomenon indicates that memory systems are inherently flexible, based on processes that constantly adapt existing memory representations to improve behavioral

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Karim Nader
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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Research on reconsolidation has demonstrated that consolidated memories may again enter states of transient instability following reactivation from which they must restabilize in order to persist, contradicting the previously dominant view describing memory and its associated plasticity mechanisms as progressively and irreversibly declining with time. We are now witness to an exciting time as diverse fields begin embracing a position, long-held in cognitive psychology, that recognizes memory as a principally dynamic process. This chapter discusses the history of this exciting

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Almut Hupbach,Rebecca Gomez,Lynn Nadel
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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In contrast to the study of memory reconsolidation in animals, research in humans is still in the early stages. This reflects the challenge to directly target memory reconsolidation without the use of pharmacological interventions that are often not safe for humans. Most studies therefore use paradigms in which new material is presented soon after memory reactivation. These studies show that human memories can be modified contingent upon their reactivation. Specifically, the novel material leads to interference in the original memories.

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : María Eugenia Pedreira
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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The idea that memories are immutable after consolidation has been challenged. The reconsolidation process offers the possibility of modifying previously stored information. This process has been described in different animal models and in human memory paradigms. This chapter revisits findings obtained with a declarative memory paradigm developed in our laboratory. Our research demonstrates the existence of the reconsolidation process for declarative memory, characterizes its boundary conditions, and studies its functions. The study of this process in a memory type that

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Satoshi Kida
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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Memory retrieval is not a passive phenomenon. Recent studies have shown that memory retrieval initiates two opposite and dissociable processes: memory reconsolidation and extinction. Reconsolidation acts to stabilize, whereas extinction tends to weaken, the expression of the original memory. This chapter reviews the regulation and mechanisms of reconsolidation and extinction and the current understanding of the relationship between the two.

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Philip R. Corlett,Jane R. Taylor
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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Memories represent a means through which we bring to bear past experience on current processing in order to respond adaptively and predict the future. One process that reflects this utility is reconsolidation. When memories are retrieved, they sometimes return into a labile state so that they can be updated and consolidated anew. This represents a potential therapeutic window for illnesses in which memory processing has gone awry; that is, it might be possible to render memories labile and excise the

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Elizabeth A. Phelps,Daniela Schiller
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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This chapter provides a comprehensive review of research on reconsolidation in humans to date. It examines the different techniques that have been used to explore memory reconsolidation in humans and highlights some of the unique challenges that arise when investigating reconsolidation in human participants. Through this survey of existing studies, we explore some of the reasons why this science has been slow to emerge, and we suggest some potential avenues for future research.

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Michelle H. Lonergan,Alain Brunet,Lening A. Olivera-Figueroa,Roger K. Pitman
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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Background: Considering the pivotal role of negative emotional experiences in the development and persistence of mental disorders, effectively interfering with the consolidation/reconsolidation of such experiences would open the door to a novel treatment approach in psychiatry. Objective: We assessed the current evidence regarding the capacity of the β-blocker propranolol to block the consolidation/reconsolidation of emotional memories by means of a meta-analytic review. Data sources: An extensive multilingual literature search from 1994 to 2011 yielded 189 potential articles. Study selection: Selected studies

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : María Eugenia Pedreira,Arturo Romano
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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The finding of memory reconsolidation in invertebrates has provided important insight into evolutionary conservation and the adaptive value of the mechanisms involved in memory reprocessing. Furthermore, due to the characteristics of some memory models, important aspects of reconsolidation were initially found in invertebrates and were then confirmed in vertebrates. In the present chapter, we revisit the findings obtained using the context-signal memory model in crabs. These studies were performed both at the behavioral level, to describe the parametrical conditions for

Memory Reconsolidation

Memory Reconsolidation
  • Author : Carolyn E. Jones,Marie-H. Monfils
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 18 March 2013
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Animal models of fear conditioning provide insight into ways to reduce the intensity of a fear memory and attenuate its associated response. Two popular methods to reduce fear in animals are extinction, in which the animal is repeatedly exposed to the fear-inducing stimulus in the absence of any negative outcome, and reconsolidation blockade/update, in which the fear memory is reactivated and targeted directly using pharmacological blockade or behavioral updating mechanisms. Combining the strengths of both extinction and reconsolidation may

Memory Reconsolidation Applied The Ice Method Workbook and Journal

Memory Reconsolidation Applied   The Ice Method Workbook and Journal
  • Author : Lars Clausen
  • Publisher : CreateSpace
  • Release : 30 April 2015
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Calm Your Past to Live Your Future Memory Reconsolidation Applied: The ICE Method Workbook and Journal provides exercises that allow you to bring stored upset emotions to calm. The ICE Method is based on how the brain stores memories. Learn this simple method and you can enjoy many benefits. Develop emotional calm - feel calmer as you go through your day, starting on Day One of using these exercises. Gain emotional peace - if you keep doing these exercises you'll

Rethinking Trauma Treatment Attachment Memory Reconsolidation and Resilience

Rethinking Trauma Treatment  Attachment  Memory Reconsolidation  and Resilience
  • Author : Courtney Armstrong
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
  • Release : 25 June 2019
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Creating safety, hope, and secure attachment to transform traumatic memories. What makes trauma therapy effective? The answers might surprise you. While therapists have been bombarded with brain science, hundreds of new models, and pressure to use evidence-based techniques, research has demonstrated that the therapeutic relationship ultimately predicts therapy outcomes. This is especially true for traumatized clients. But, what kind of therapeutic relationship? Forming a secure therapeutic alliance with traumatized clients is tricky. How do you help clients trust you after