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2014-06-11 23:11:43

The article published in AIMS Neuroscience explains how cortical microcircuitry is conducive to column formation.

2014-05-06 23:13:21

The first article serves to launch the new theory-focused AIMS Neuroscience journal.

2014-04-04 23:42:09

Published in the April issue of Neuropsychotherapist magazine, the article explains the theorized brain effects of Emotional Restructuring in the treatment of past relationship negative emotional

2014-03-19 23:30:27

The manual, which includes step-by-step instructions on how to conduct an Emotional Restructuring session, is now available at its historically lowest price. Greenville,

2014-01-21 23:29:27

The current issue of New Therapist magazine introduces practicing psychotherapists and other mental health professionals to this new brain-based approach in psychotherapy integration.

2014-01-14 23:27:15

Peer-reviewed articles and professional conference papers, as well as general audience presentations, introduced many to how a brain-code theory explains psychological problems and treatment.

2013-12-10 23:30:40

AIMS Neuroscience is an international Open Access journal devoted to publishing peer-reviewed, high quality, original papers in the field of neuroscience.

2013-10-29 23:34:45

The Clinical Biopsychological approach, with its implications for psychotherapy integration and explaining Giver/Taker personality patterns, has drawn interest among scientists. Greenville,

2013-10-08 23:32:49

Insights based on the Dimensional Systems Model are discussed in the Neuropsychotherapist magazine.

2013-09-12 23:30:57

A neuropsychotherapy view based on the Clinical Biopsychology Model allows for learning ways to deal most effectively in relationships.


Word of the Day
dingle
  • A small wooded valley; a dell.
  • The protecting weather-shed built around the entrance to a house.
  • The roofed-over space between the kitchen and the sleeping-quarters in a logging-camp, commonly used as a storeroom.
The word 'dingle' comes from Middle English dell, hollow.
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