At Last! Evidence-based Conceptualization Integrating Mind and Brain

  • Fawcett J
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Abstract

My deep appreciation goes to Drs. George Viamontes and Bernard Beitman, guest editors for this month's edition of Psychiatric Annals focusing on neurobiological aspects of psychotherapy, as well each of the contributors to this seminal issue, which provides a rational basis for an integrated view of mind and brain, biology, neurocognitive mechanisms, and psychodynamic principles. After spending a large portion of my professional life in a nature versus nurture, biology versus psychology perspective, mind separated from body climate in psychiatry and medicine, it is pure joy to read this issue that combines evidence from neuroimaging and cognitive neuroscience studies with principles of learning and psychodynamics toward a unified understanding of the relationship of brain function and experience over time. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)

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