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Dialectical behaviour therapy: An increasing evidence base
DBT has an emerging evidence base for its effectiveness, primarily with individuals with BPD and modifications of DBT have been shown to be effective for individuals with co-morbid disorders and across the lifespan.
Responses of single neurons in the hippocampus of the macaque related to recognition memory
It is concluded that the activity of a small but significant proportion of hippocampal neurons is related to whether a stimulus has been seen before recently, and that this processing is likely to be involved in memory.
A real-world study of the effectiveness of DBT in the UK National Health Service.
DBT may be an effective treatment delivered by community outpatient services for individuals with a Cluster B personality disorder, and both the DBT and TAU groups improved on the range of measures employed.
The experiences of fathers with psychosis
It is found that psychosis may directly and indirectly undermine the father-child relationship and the work of parenting.
Allocentric and egocentric spatial information processing in the hippocampal formation of the behaving primate
It is shown that it is sufficient for many of these hippocampal spatial neurons to respond that the monkey fixate particular positions in space, and is consistent with the finding in Experiment 1 that the preponderant type of encoding used by these hippocampAL spatial neurons is allocentric.
Allocentric versus egocentric spatial memory after unilateral temporal lobectomy in humans.
The notion that the right anterior temporal lobe stores long-term allocentric spatial memories is supported, and patients who have undergone unilateral temporal lobectomy are tested on a computerized human analogue of the Morris Water Maze.