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How trauma affects the brain: The primary task of the brain remains self-preservation and propagating of the species. The functions of the reptilian and mammalian brains will always override the neo-cortex, as our very survival is dependent upon this. Because threat has a far more immediate and powerful consequence than reward, the brain is overdetermined to sense and respond to danger.

How Trauma Affects the Brain

When Things Get Out of Hand: Trauma and the Triune Brain

When Things Get Out of Hand: Trauma and the Triune Brain

reptilian brain | The Triune Brain

The Triune Brain. The triune concept articulates the three guiding objectives of nature in the development of control systems for the human brain.

how trauma triggers fits of rage, violence or other destructive, base response behaviors

Karyn Purvis explains how triggers can activate the primitive part of the brain, what that looks like and how that happens

Self-Regulation Skills for Preschoolers

EVOLUTIONARY BRAIN: He traced these parallels and showed how each of our neural systems carries within it the blueprint of potential intelligences, abilities, and capacities developed during each of these evolutionary epochs.

As 3 partes do cérebro envolvidas no processo de aprendizagem, Reptilian Brain, Neo-cortex e Limbic System, e suas características

The Evolutionary Psychology of the Emotions and Their Relationship to Internal Regulatory Variables

The Triune Brain in 60 seconds

The Triune Brain Neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean formulated a model of the brain in the detailed in his 1990 book The Triune Brain in Evolution, describing the brain in terms of three distinc…

Trauma triggers the primitive and reactionary areas of the brain, which may manifest as fear and feeling out of control. Next time this happens, make a fist.

When Things Get Out of Hand: Trauma and the Triune Brain

Trauma triggers the primitive and reactionary areas of the brain, which may manifest as fear and feeling out of control. Next time this happens, make a fist.

Triune Brain (Paul MacLean)

The Triune Brain Theory gives me a better understanding of why we feel what we feel and when. It helps me to better understand how and why our brains work the way they do.

The Coping Brain: Teaching students about the intimate connection between the emotional and reptilian portions of the brain can help them respond with control instead of knee-jerk instinct in high-stress situations

{The Coping Brain} Teaching students about the intimate connection between the emotional and reptilian portions of the brain can help them respond with control instead of knee-jerk instinct in high-stress situations