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Lee Stevens: Implications for Psychoanalysis from recent research on the Cingulate Cortex
January 25, 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
This event is free, but seats are limited and sign-up is required. It will be held in Newton, MA.
The Boston NeuroPsychoanalysis Workshop is currently held in a private home with limited seating. If you sign up, do not cancel, and then do not come to the meeting, you are preventing someone else from attending. For our November 16th meeting, we were oversubscribed, had to turn people away, and then did not have a full complement in attendance. We do not want a repeat of this situation. We will send a reminder about the meeting in the week before so that cancelling is easy. Thank you, in advance, for your consideration.
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Gu, X., Hof, P. R., Friston, K. J., & Fan, J. (2013). Anterior insular cortex and emotional awareness. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 521(15), 3371-3388.
Stevens, F.L. (2016). The anterior cingulate cortex in psychopathology and psychotherapy: Effects on awareness and repression of affect. Neuropsychoanalysis, DOI:10.1080/15294145.2016.1149777.