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Appendix 6 Neurobiology of Trauma
Cortex Sensory Thalamus Amygdala Basic Neurobiology of Trauma
The “high” road The “low” road FEAR
VINE Phew! Vine
No Threat No Danger Pre-Trauma Processing of “ordinary” stimulus
Threat!! Danger!! Post-Trauma Processing of “ordinary” stimulus
Post-trauma fear network in Amygdala Trauma produces an anatomical change in the brain
Post-trauma fear network in Amygdala A landscape of fear-inducing cues
Neurobiology of Non-Traumatic Memory Integrated Narrative
Neurobiology of Traumatic Memory Hippocampus LTP LTP builds the neural networks that create new memories
Neurobiology of Traumatic Memory Hippocampus LTP Trauma interferes with LTP functioning Results in loss & fragmentation of memories
WHAT IS FEAR?. Fear is The brain’s response to a stimulus, like pain or danger.....Developed as a result of learning from past experiences....Relating.
Lower Level Brain Structures. These are the inner most levels of your brain This part of the brain developed first.
Understanding and Responding to Trauma Ian Finck and Laura Watts 2014.
Brain Structures. Brainstem The brain’s “basement” The brain’s “basement” Oldest & most inner part Oldest & most inner part Where spinal cord enters brain.
BHS Memory and Amnesia Emotion and Memory.
PHOBIAS AND THE BRAIN Azila Ariffin, Nurul Jawahir Mohd Zohdi 4 th year General Medicine 2014.
EMOTIONS AND LEARNING. PREFRONTAL CORTEX AMYGDALA HIPPOCAMPUS.
Functional Inactivation of the Amygdala before But Not after Auditory Fear Conditioning Prevents Memory Formation Ann E. Wilensky, Glenn E. Schafe, and.
Indelibility of Subcortical Emotional Memories Joseph E. LeDoux Lizabeth Romanski Andrew Xagorasis Laboratory of Neurobiology Cornell University Medical.
The Science of Fear. Fourth Grade Life Science Standards: ●Construct an argument that plants and animals have internal and external structures that function.
To what extent do biological and cognitive factors interact?
Studying the Brain and how it works. Studying the Brain Electroencephalogram: EEG; amplified recording of brain wave activity over the surface of the.
Retaining Information in the Brain Explicit memories are language-based facts and experiences that can be brought to conscious awareness. The network:
Mon 9/19m & Tues 9/20 Objective: Students will explain the parts and functions of the nervous system, as well as the location and roles of the different.
Introduction to Psychology, 7th Edition, Rod Plotnik Module 12: Remembering & Forgetting Module 12 Remembering & Forgetting.
Brain Structure and Function. “If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t” -Emerson Pugh, The.
SOLVING ANXIETY Joseph LeDoux. 20 million Americans (15%) suffer from anxiety disorders Anxiety exacerbates all other mental and medical problems Economic.
1.What are the four structures of the limbic system? 2.What is the function of the hypothalamus? 3.This is the first area of the brain that shows damage.
Module 12 Remembering & Forgetting. INTRODUCTION recall –retrieving previously learned information without the aid of or with very few external cues recognition.
Cognitive Neuroscience of Emotion Cognitive Emotional Interactions: Listen to the Brain Group 4 Alicia Iafonaro Anthony Correa Baoyu Wang Isaac Del Rio.
What’s happening in their heads? An introduction to some neuroscience behind SEAL.
Illness or Injury?. The Event What makes an event traumatic? The Instinctual Trauma Response The Instinctual Trauma Response (Tinnin, 2013, 1998) startle.
Module 12 Remembering & Forgetting. INTRODUCTION Recall –Retrieving previously learned information without the aid of, or with very few, external cues.
Neuroscience 1. Brain Organization 2. Single Neuron Computation 3. Six Organizational Principles of Neural Computation.
The Dark Side of Addiction: The Intersection of TBI, PTSD, and Alcoholism George F. Koob, Ph.D. Director National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
Chapter 7 Memory. What is MEMORY? Memory – internal record of some prior event or experience; a set of mental processes that receives, encodes, stores,
Brain Structures By Adam Michalowsky. Cerebrum The Cerebrum is that largest part of the human brain It's divided into four different sections (lobes)
Chapter 10 Emotional Learning and Memory Brain Substrates.
Semblance Hypothesis of Memory by Kunjumon Vadakkan 1.
Limbic and Endocrine Systems What connects humans to crocodiles.
MEMORY. What is MEMORY? Definition – internal record of some prior event or experience - set of mental processes that receives, encodes, stores, organizes,
Emotions and Cognition Emotions consist of 3 components 1.Physiological Changes – These changes are not conscious 2.Subjective feeling 3.Associated behaviour.
The cranial nerves. Central Nervous System - Brain Identify the anatomical location of each major brain area. Describe the functions of the major brain.
The Limbic System How Low Can You Go…?. The Limbic System The limbic system includes nuclei and tracts along the borders between the cerebrum and the.
Columbia Intro Psych--Brain anatomy Columbia Intro Psych--Brain anatomy.
COACHING AND THE BRAIN Jane Creswell, MCC August 1, 2013 iNTERNAL iMPACT.
Memory Storage of information. 3 types of memory Sensory memory – Short term or working memory – Long term memory --
Memory Do we remember from stories our parents tell us or are they genuine? Why can I remember every detail of what and where I was when I found out John.
Effects on the Brain and Learning, and Potential Role of the Schools Wendy Cunningham, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist.
THE LIMBIC SYSTEM Briana Morgan Mrs. Whitlock’s AP Psychology Class Second Block.
The Warrior’s Journey The Ordeal. War involves a wide range of violent and traumatic experiences Immediate threat of death, physical injury or disfigurement,
THE LIMBIC SYSTEM. LOCATION THE LIMBIC SYSTEM IS BETWEEN THE BRAINSTEM AND CEREBRAL CORTEX.
Real World: Brain This is the true story of 16 brain parts, picked to live in the same skull. Find out what happens when each part stops being nice and.
Real World: Brain This is the true story of brain parts, picked to live in the same skull. Find out what happens when each part stops being nice and starts.
Learning and Memory in the Auditory System The University of Iowa Department of Psychology Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Amy Poremba, Ph.D. 1.
PTSD the Battle After the War By: Jesus Gutierrez.
The Brain. Regions of the Brain Hindbrain: medulla pons reticular formation cerebellum.
The Brain Brainstem the oldest part and central core of the brain, beginning where the spinal cord swells as it enters the skull responsible for automatic.
Chapter 6 Memory. Definition- an active system that receives information from the senses, organizes and alters it as it stores it away, and then retrieves.
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