Nonacceptance of negative emotions in women with borderline personality disorder: association with neuroactivity of the dorsal striatum

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Summary of "Nonacceptance of negative emotions in women with borderline personality disorder: association with neuroactivity of the dorsal striatum"

Emotion dysfunction is a key symptom in patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) and is considered a consequence of dysfunctional emotion regulation (e.g., reduced emotion acceptance). In the present functional MRI (fMRI) study, we investigated the neural correlates of habitual emotion acceptance in individuals with BPD.


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Name: Journal of psychiatry & neuroscience : JPN
ISSN: 1488-2434
Pages: 1-10


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