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The neurobiology of well-being despite illness

Type: Tape

Title: The neurobiology of well-being despite illness

Presenter: Justice, Blair

Year: June, 2002
Occassion of film/tape: Convergence & Emergence : 3rd National USABP Conference: Workshop
Location of film/tape: Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore MA

Running time / reel: / 1 tape
Format: Audiotape cassette


Research shows that many people with acknowledged pathology or disability report a sense of well-being. This presentation, largely didactic with Q&A, explored the neurobiological and psychobiological processes associated with self-perceived health in the face of physical distress. Emphasis was on empirical studies and recent research on changing brain chemistry through psychological and behavioral modalities.


Author's institution: USABP
Contact: www.conferencerecording.com
Country origin: USA

Entry number: 1986
English version:

Entry source: Courtenay Young
Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 13 June 2002

Key Phrases: Pathology - Neurobiology - Psychobiology - Research
Other information: (see also 2023)