Resilience in mental health: linking psychological and neurobiological perspectives

  title={Resilience in mental health: linking psychological and neurobiological perspectives},
  author={Bart P. F. Rutten and Caroline Hammels and Nicole Geschwind and C Menne-Lothmann and Ehsan Pishva and Koen R. J. Schruers and Daniel L A van den Hove and Gunter R L Kenis and Jim van Os and Marieke Wichers},
  booktitle={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica},
OBJECTIVE To review the literature on psychological and biological findings on resilience (i.e. the successful adaptation and swift recovery after experiencing life adversities) at the level of the individual, and to integrate findings from animal and human studies. METHOD Electronic and manual literature search of MEDLINE, EMBASE and PSYCHINFO, using a range of search terms around biological and psychological factors influencing resilience as observed in human and experimental animal studies… CONTINUE READING

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