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Alternative TitlePsychosomatic Recovery by Relaxing and Rebuilding the Brain: Possible Application in Post Traumatic Psychological Recovery
罗非; 罗劲; 吴一兵; 丁之光; 李佳音; 王锦琰; 郭建友
Source Publication心理科学进展
Keyword可塑性 脑功能 心理健康 心理康复
Subject Area创伤心理学
Funding Project科技部863探索导向性专题课题(2006AA02Z431);;国家自然科学基金(30570577,30770688,30700223,30800301)资助项目
NoteIt has been gradually revealed that the nervous system has excellent rebuilding capacity throughout the entire life. The brain can be changed by either external factors such as sensory or behavioral experiences, or by internal factors like cognition, relax, and attention. A large-scale natural disaster like Wenchuan earthquake may initiate persistent brain functional changes by a brief exposure. Conversely, application of this principle of plasticity may lead to successful recovery of a damaged brain, repair of a mal-developed function, or reshaping of a deformed mind. The 3R (relax, recover, rebuild) technique may be employed in the treatment of various neural or mental problems with a variety of nature, including post traumatic psychological syndromes following Wenchuan earthquake.
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author罗非
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罗非,罗劲,吴一兵,等. 脑功能可塑性与灾后心理功能康复[J]. 心理科学进展,2009,17(3):594-601.
APA 罗非.,罗劲.,吴一兵.,丁之光.,李佳音.,...&郭建友.(2009).脑功能可塑性与灾后心理功能康复.心理科学进展,17(3),594-601.
MLA 罗非,et al."脑功能可塑性与灾后心理功能康复".心理科学进展 17.3(2009):594-601.
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