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1. Brown, J. (2001, October 4). EMDR:  The mystery cure. Salon.

Language: English

Format: Magazine

Abstract:
Oct. 4, 2001 1 Dr. Uri Bergmann has heard some horrific stories lately. Several of his therapy patients had worked for the Port Authority, on the 69th floor of World Trade Center 1, and their memories of Sept. 1 1 are gruesome.

Keywords: General  Overview  Uri Bergmann  


2. Grand, D., Hartung, J., & Bergmann, U. (2007, Novembro). Conversando com… David Grand, John Hartung, Uri Bergmann [Talking with ... David Grand, John Hartung, Uri Bergmann]. Apresentação no I Congresso Ibero-Americano de EMDR, Brasília, Brasil.

Language: Portuguese

Format: Conference

Abstract:
Nos últimos dez anos, as pesquisas sugerem que o Transtorno de Estresse Pós-Traumático (TEPT) seja uma desordem de humor, memória e integração somatossensorial. Estudos com neuroimagens e neuroendocrinologia têm demonstrado marcadores muito claros desse transtorno, destacando a compreensão de que o TEPT seja uma desordem neurobiológica e não o reflexo de fraqueza psicológica. Nesta apresentação examinaremos o processo de formação e consolidação da memória, a neurobiologia do TEPT e as neuroimagens correspondentes. A integração dessas três linhas ilustrarão os efeitos do TEPT sobre a regulação do humor, memória e integração somatossensorial.

Over the past decade, research suggests that Post-Traumatic Stressm Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder of mood, memory and somatosensory integration. Studies with neuroimaging and neuroendocrinology have markers demonstrated very clear that disorder, highlighting the understanding that PTSD is a neurobiological disorder and not the reflection of psychological weakness. In this presentation we will examine the process formation and consolidation of memory, neurobiology of PTSD and neuroimaging corresponding. The integration of these three lines illustrate the effects of PTSD on the regulation of mood, memory and somatosensory integration.

Keywords: Neurobiology  Posttraumatic Stress Disorder  PTSD