Neural correlates of the use of psychological distancing to regulate responses to negative social cues: a study of patients with borderline personality disorder.

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BACKGROUND Emotional instability is a defining feature of borderline personality disorder (BPD); yet, little is understood about its underlying neural correlates. One possible contributing factor to emotional instability is a failure to adequately employ adaptive cognitive regulatory strategies such as psychological distancing. METHODS To determine… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2009.06.010

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@article{Koenigsberg2009NeuralCO, title={Neural correlates of the use of psychological distancing to regulate responses to negative social cues: a study of patients with borderline personality disorder.}, author={Harold W. Koenigsberg and Jin Fan and Kevin N. Ochsner and Chunyong Liu and Kevin G. Guise and Scott M Pizzarello and Christine Dorantes and Stephanie Guerreri and Lucia Tecuta and Marianne S. Goodman and Antonia New and Larry J. Siever}, journal={Biological psychiatry}, year={2009}, volume={66 9}, pages={854-63} }