Defining the neurocircuitry of borderline personality disorder: functional neuroimaging approaches.

@article{Brendel2005DefiningTN,
  title={Defining the neurocircuitry of borderline personality disorder: functional neuroimaging approaches.},
  author={Gary Brendel and Emily Stern and David Alan Silbersweig},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={1197-206}
}
Functional neuroimaging recently has been used to localize brain dysfunction in borderline personality disorder (BPD). Initial studies have examined baseline activity or emotional reactivity, and our group has investigated what we consider to be a crucial interaction between negative emotion and behavioral (dys)control. This research is beginning to identify abnormal frontolimbic circuitry likely underlying core clinical features of this condition. We review the evidence for dysfunction in… CONTINUE READING

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