By Thomas H. Jobe, Moises Gaviria, Antony Kovilparambil
A accomplished yet concise reference on analysis and administration of neuropsychiatric issues. incorporates a entire introductory part on diagnostic evaluate, together with functional info at the scientific examination and the position of mind imaging. Cognitive, psychiatric and neurological issues are mentioned, emphasizing the connection among those dimensions of neuropsychiatry.
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If her children don’t do what she says, she screams and swears at them: “How dare you treat me with such disrespect? You can just fuck off ! I hate you. I never want to see you again. You can just look after yourselves. I’m through with the lot of you! You’re evil, selfish 46 3 When Zero Degrees Is Negative bastards! I hate you! I’m going to kill myself! ” She will then storm out, slamming the door behind her. Minutes later she will drive to one of her friends and spend the evening having fun, leaving her children reeling with the impact of her hurtful words.
86 SM reminds us how key the amygdala is in cueing us to attend to the eyes, which gives us clues to other people’s thoughts and emotions. xvi These regions allow us to talk about an empathy circuit in the brain. As a circuit these ten way stations are not connected in any simple linear fashion (like pearls in a necklace) because there are multiple connections between regions too. 77 What we should expect is that someone who is way down the empathy bell curve should show far less neural activity in parts or all of the empathy circuit.
Zero degrees of empathy does not strike at random in the population. There are at least three well-defined routes to this end point. In this chapter I put forward a new view in which I take old categories from psychiatry and reconceptualize them as examples of zero degrees of empathy. I group these categories together as Zero-Negative because they have nothing positive to 44 3 When Zero Degrees Is Negative Borderline (Type B) Zeronegative Psychopath (Type P) Narcissist (Type N) Figure 6: Three forms of Zero-Negative recommend them.
Clinical Neuropsychiatry by Thomas H. Jobe, Moises Gaviria, Antony Kovilparambil