The Autobiographical Self & Other Articles

1) Identity and Autobiographical Narratives Towards an Integrated Concept of Personal History in Psychiatry

2) The Autobiographical Self: Who We Know and Who We Are
What we sense as a “self” emerges from stimuli both from within and without our body through complex levels of neural integration. The integration of memory and self is not a one-time occurrence but involves lifelong development.

3) Psychiatric Comorbidities of Female Inpatients With Eating Disorders
Objective: We analyze 27 point-prevalent DSM-IV Axis I comorbidities for eating disorder inpatients. Methods: The sample included 2436 female inpatients treated between January 1, 1995, and December 31, 2000, for primary DSM-IV diagnoses of anorexia, bulimia, and eating disorder not otherwise specified.

4) Psychodynamic Neurobiology: The Neurobiologic Bases of Mental Conflict and Psychotherapeutic Change
The neurobiologic bases of mental conflict and psychotherapeutic change.

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