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5. Response-Based Neurology in Psychiatric Practice Robin Routledge, MD. Summary. The brain is a response to the world. The brain is in a systemic balance with the world it perceives. It has many adaptations to context. These ideas show responses to extreme adversity are not illness. 2.
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Mind emerges from interaction between brain and environment
Bateson: Mind and Nature
local sensation suppresses sensation around it
More than one organization or meaning is generated.
These are like competing virtual realities.
One “representation” (Plato)suppresses
other versions around it.
Parts of our brain cooperate to number and to name things. These actions (calculations and language) are like actions we take on our external world.
Neurons constantly replace or prune connections. They do this in response to how they are used. So if you do something different, they will slowly make new connections.
The brain is like a hedge
An opening in a hedge
1. da Costa American Civil War
2. Shell Shock World War One
3. Combat Fatigue World War Two
4. Brain WashingKorean War
5. Post Traumatic Stress DisorderVietnam War
6. Trauma Informed Carecurrent theory
7. Response Based Care future theory
Expressed Emotion (EE) studies show social response to terrible things has a powerful influence on outcome.
* ”social” as the brain sees it
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