Mind does really matter: Evidence from neuroimaging studies of emotional self-regulation, psychotherapy, and placebo effect

@article{Beauregard2007MindDR,
  title={Mind does really matter: Evidence from neuroimaging studies of emotional self-regulation, psychotherapy, and placebo effect},
  author={Mario Beauregard},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={81},
  pages={218-236}
}
This article reviews neuroimaging studies of conscious and voluntary regulation of various emotional states (sexual arousal, sadness, negative emotion). The results of these studies show that metacognition and cognitive recontextualization selectively alters the way the brain processes and reacts to emotional stimuli. Neuroimaging studies of the effect of psychotherapy in patients suffering from diverse forms of psychopathology (obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, unipolar major… CONTINUE READING
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