October 8-12, 2017 Messe Berlin, Berlin, Germany
WPA XVII World Congress of Psychiatry 

In October Berlin will warmly welcome the world of psychiatry over the world and psychotherapy: the WPA XVII WORLD CONGRESS OF PSYCHIATRY (WCP 2017) will be held from 8 – 12 October 2017 and jointly hosted by the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) and the German Association for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (DGPPN).
Under the overall theme “Psychiatry of the 21st Century: Context, Controversies and Commitment” renowned experts from all over the world will present and discuss current issues in science and care. Learn more

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On Demand Educational Offering | ISTSS
Functional Neuroimaging of Neural Circuits in PTSD: From Hyperactive Amygdala to Altered Contextual Processing, presented by Israel Liberzon, MD
1.5 credits

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This 2015 recorded session presents current information on the brain mechanisms that lie at the core of PTSD that are not yet understood and that may perpetuate or sustain this disorder. Functional neuroimaging studies have uncovered a complex network of brain regions involved in PTSD, progressively improving our understanding of its pathophysiology. The evolution of functional neuroimaging studies from early studies of responses to emotional probes to recent multiday studies of fear-associated learning, and of intrinsic connectivity networks, will be discussed, highlighting their contribution to the evolving concepts of PTSD pathophysiology.

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Learning Objectives: 1. Explain the current model of PTSD neurocircuitry. 2. Describe the role of functional neuroimaging in studying brain circuits in PTSD. 3. Examine the conceptual evolution in models of PTSD pathophysiology.
Eligible for the Advanced Training Certificate Program