Neuroscience; Psychology

The Possible Cause of Flashbacks Discovered

Remembering the past is an important function and defines who we are. In some situations though, the normal... Read more


Replication in Psychotherapy

I have argued in my book Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy: Network Principles for a Unified Theory that theories should... Read more


Pattern Separation Compliments Pattern Completion

Pattern Completion Artificial and real neural networks exhibit a part-whole pattern completion property that I call Principle 6... Read more


How and Why Transtheoretic Transdiagnostic Psychotherapy Works

Two blogs ago I explain why cognitive behavior therapy works. In my previous blog I introduced a broader... Read more


Transtheoretic Transdiagnostic Psychotherapy

In my previous blog I explained how and why cognitive-behavior works. I also extended this explanation to dialectical... Read more


How and Why Cognitive Behavior Therapy Works

I described how and why cognitive behavior therapy works on pages 540 – 542 of my book, Cognitive... Read more

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The Working Alliance is Not Mechanical

The relationship that psychologists develop with their clients/patients is known as a working alliance. Bordin (1979) was the... Read more


Working with Emotions in Psychotherapy

This blog completes my effort to show that my book, Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychotherapy: Network Principles for a... Read more

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