The Neuroscience of Psychological Therapies

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Description: The reviews of each mechanism or system are generally well-researched, although some of the neural regions associated with given psychological phenomena are contentious: few cognitive neuroscientists would currently agree that the amygdala is the seat of emotional representation, or that anxiety is manifested as disorganized cortical activation. There is little empirical evidence to support the author's notion that implicit memories can become episodic in nature with careful therapeutic intervention; neuroscientific evidence would in fact dictate that without central hippocampal encoding, it is very unlikely that an episodic memory could be formed at all, regardless of the strength of the implicit affective association.
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