A well written, refreshing and much needed study indeed. The most important highlight perhaps being the conclusion that "dissociative processing cannot be localized to a few distinctive brain regions but rather corresponds to differential neural signatures depending on the symptom constellation." There is much talk on this forum among us about whether or not our experiences are uniform. According to this study to some extent it is true that we share similarities in our experience and accordingly in our neurophysiological alterations from before-DPD, but indeed it may be the case that we also share striking dissimilarities and peculiarities in both our experience and correspondingly our neurophysiology. Admittedly in the past I have been outspoken about the uniform experience/neurophysiology hypothesis, but in the wake of new evidence I must adjust my stance and shift my understanding. But amidst the wake of this new information, the authors of the study still uphold the uniformity and relevance of the fronto-limbic dysregulation theory—a similarity that based on current findings we do share.
curiousmindMember Since 31 Oct 2019
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"In view of the size of the problem, more research on the disorder, its course and its optimal treatment is urgently required."
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To reconcile the DPDR anecdotes with the DPDR research.