TOWARD AN INTERPERSONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE DEVELOPING MIND: ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS, "MINDSIGHT," AND NEURAL INTEGRATION

@article{Siegel2001TOWARDAI,
  title={TOWARD AN INTERPERSONAL NEUROBIOLOGY OF THE DEVELOPING MIND: ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS, "MINDSIGHT," AND NEURAL INTEGRATION},
  author={D. Siegel},
  journal={Tradition},
  year={2001},
  volume={22},
  pages={67-94}
}
This article reviews findings from a wide range of scientific disciplines in exploring the idea that the mind develops at the interface between human relationships and the unfolding structure and function of the brain. Recent discoveries from a number of independent fields, including those of devel- opmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience, can be synthesized into an integrated framework for understanding how the brain gives rise to mental processes and is directly shaped by interpersonal… Expand
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