Disturbance in the neural circuitry underlying positive emotional processing in post–traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

@article{Jatzko2005DisturbanceIT,
  title={Disturbance in the neural circuitry underlying positive emotional
processing in post–traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)},
  author={Alexander Jatzko and Andrea Schmitt and Traute Demirakca and E. Weimer and D. F. Braus},
  journal={European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={256},
  pages={112-114}
}
AbstractThis study was designed to investigate the circuitry underlying movie–induced positive emotional processing in subjects with chronic PTSD. Ten male subjects with chronic PTSD and ten matched controls were studied. In an fMRI–paradigm a sequence of a wellknown Walt Disney cartoon with positive emotional valence was shown. PTSD subjects showed an increased activation in the right posterior temporal, precentral and superior frontal cortex. Controls recruited more emotion–related regions… CONTINUE READING

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