Changes in Brain Function Through Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

Changes in Brain Function Through Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

Publication date: Feb 12, 2020

This is a pilot study that will investigate how two psychotherapies (re-interpretation and mindfulness) alter brain function. This information will be used to gain understanding of how repeated emotion regulation practices influence the brain and to develop a focused, tactic-based emotional regulation remediation approach for treatment of ADHD.

Concepts Keywords
ADHD Depressed
Antihypertensives Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Autistic Disorder Onset diabetes
Axis Head injury
Bipolar Disorder Psychiatry
Brain Psychiatric diagnosis
Cognitive Medical diagnosis
Conduct Disorder Human behavior
Consciousness Mental disorder
Determinant Posttraumatic stress disorder
Diabetes Major depressive disorder
DSM IV Psychotherapy
Emotion Autism
Emotion Regulation Conduct disorder
Epilepsy Mindfulness
ER
Frontolimbic
High School
Hypertension
Insulin
Lens
Lesion
Menstruating
Mindfulness
Neuroimaging
Neuropathology
NIMH
NOS
OCD
Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Prefrontal Cortex
Pregnancy
Psychotic Disorder
Psychotropic
PTSD
Radiologist
Substance Dependence
Tumor

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH depressive symptoms
disease MESH CNS disease
disease MESH epilepsy
disease MESH tumor
disease MESH hypertension
disease MESH juvenile-onset diabetes
disease MESH Bipolar disorder
disease MESH PTSD
disease MESH psychotic disorder
disease MESH Autistic disorder
disease MESH substance dependence
disease MESH Conduct Disorder
drug DRUGBANK Methionine

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