Reviews To Read – June 14, 2018. This review, which is part of a special issue of Psychopharmacology on “Extinction” summarizes recent research on similarities and differences in the neuronal mechanisms of context-induced relapse after extinction-imposed abstinence (the classical model) versus context-induced relapse after punishment-imposed abstinence (the new model).
Archives for June 2018
Tuesday June 19, 2018 • 2 – 3 pm in the BRC Atrium Panel discussion on mental health in college & career Topics will include: Self-identity Managing recovery Managing stress and workload Warning signs Seeking support and help Mentoring students Supporting marginalized students Advocating for yourself Bring your questions for the panelists or submit anonymously via… [Read More]
Featured Paper of the Month – June 2018. Our brains always work, consciously or unconsciously. Functional connectivity MRI has identified so-called resting state brain networks (e.g. default mode network). Aberrant activity in such networks is implicated in neurological and psychiatric disorders. This work applies simultaneous electrophysiological recording and functional MRI to investigate the neurophysiological basis… [Read More]