The neural correlates of trauma‐related autobiographical memory in posttraumatic stress disorder: A meta‐analysis

Description: We conducted effect-size signed differential mapping meta-analyses across twenty-eight studies investigating the neural correlates of trauma-related autobiographical memories (AM) in individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and healthy controls. Studies included either trauma-related scripts or trauma-related materials (i.e., sounds, images, pictures) implemented to evoke the recollection of a trauma memory. Analyses have been conducted across all studies, as well as with respect to the retrieval and reexperiencing of trauma-related AM, respectively.

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Related article authorsJanine Thome, Braeden A. Terpou, Margaret C. McKinnon and Ruth A. Lanius
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