A methodological flaw in 'The neural basis of flashback formation: The impact of viewing trauma'. Mole, C. Psychological Medicine, 46(08):1785–1786, 2016.
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[first paragraph] Discussions of post-traumatic stress have often emphasized the disordered ways in which intrusively remembered episodes are interpreted, recollected and re-experienced, during the months after those episodes take place. Relatively little emphasis has been placed on the way in which such episodes are processed at the time of their initial occurrence. This is reflected in our diagnostic practice, and in our psychological theor- izing. An important series of recent papers (Bourne et al. 2013; Clark et al. 2014, 2016) suggests that this is a mis- take. These papers establish that intrusively remem- bered episodes are processed in a distinctive way at the time when they are first experienced. They thereby raise the question of how the initial processing of intru- sively remembered episodes differs from the initial processing of normally remembered episodes. That question has received less attention than it deserves.
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abstract = {[first paragraph] Discussions of post-traumatic stress have often emphasized the disordered ways in which intrusively remembered episodes are interpreted, recollected and re-experienced, during the months after those episodes take place. Relatively little emphasis has been placed on the way in which such episodes are processed at the time of their initial occurrence. This is reflected in our diagnostic practice, and in our psychological theor- izing. An important series of recent papers (Bourne et al. 2013; Clark et al. 2014, 2016) suggests that this is a mis- take. These papers establish that intrusively remem- bered episodes are processed in a distinctive way at the time when they are first experienced. They thereby raise the question of how the initial processing of intru- sively remembered episodes differs from the initial processing of normally remembered episodes. That question has received less attention than it deserves.},
author = {Mole, Christopher},
doi = {10.1017/S0033291716000040},
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issn = {0033-2917},
journal = {Psychological Medicine},
number = {08},
pages = {1785--1786},
title = {{A methodological flaw in 'The neural basis of flashback formation: The impact of viewing trauma'}},
url = {http://www.journals.cambridge.org/abstract{\_}S0033291716000040},
volume = {46},
year = {2016}
}
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