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Brain Dev & Neuroscience

ARTICLES

The Traumagenic Neurodevelopmental Model of Psychosis Revisited

Read, J. Fosse, R., Moskowitz, A. & Perry, B.D.  Traumagentic neurodevelopmental model of psychosis revisited  Neuropsychiatry 4 (1): 1 – 15, 2014

 

The Contribution of Early Traumatic Events to Schizophrenia in Some Patients: A Traumagenic Neurodevelopmental Model

Read, J., Perry, B.D., Moskowitz, A. & Connolly, J.  The contribution of early traumatic events to schizophrenia in some patients: a traumagenic neurodevelopmental model.  Psychiatry 64 (4)  319-345, 2001

 

Maltreatment and the Developing Child: How Early Childhood Experience Shapes Child and Culture

Perry, B.D.  Maltreatment and the developing child: How early childhood experience shapes child and culture.  The Inaugural Margaret McCain lecture (abstracted); McCain Lecture series, The Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System, London, ON, 2005

 

VIDEOS

 

Seven Slide Series Video: The Human Brain

This is a free, 14 minute online video created and narrated by Bruce D. Perry.  Core concepts regarding brain structure and function are introduced providing the basis for developmentally sensitive and trauma-informed caregiving, education and therapy.

Perry, B.D., (The ChildTrauma Academy). (2013) 1: The Human Brain [Video webcast].
In Seven Slide Series. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOsgDkeH52o

 

Seven Slide Series Video: Sensitization and Tolerance

This is a free, 10 minute online video created and narrated by Bruce D. Perry.   An introduction to the crucial role that patterns of stress response system activation play in pathology and healing is discussed.

Perry, B.D., (The ChildTrauma Academy). (2013) 2: Sensitization and Tolerance [Video webcast].
In Seven Slide Series. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qv8dRfgZXV4

 

Seven Slide Series Video: Threat Response Patterns

This is a free, 12 minute online video created and narrated by Bruce D. Perry.  The variety of adaptive responses that can be used under threat are introduced, with a focus on the hyperarousal and dissociative continuum.

Perry, B.D., (The ChildTrauma Academy). (2013) 3: Threat Response Patterns [Video webcast].
In Seven Slide Series. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sr-OXkk3i8E&feature=youtu.be