Finding a positive me: Affective and neural insights into the challenges of positive autobiographical memory reliving in borderline personality disorder

Description: This dataset contains data on a task in which participants relive autobiographical memories (RAM task) collected during the research project titled: “Social Feedback and Emotion Regulation in Borderline Personality Disorder: An fMRI study”. The goal of this substudy was to elucidate the mechanisms underlying positive memory reliving with emphasis on memory vividness and areas relevant to autonoetic consciousness, and how this may benefit mood and state self-esteem for people with Borderline Personality Disorder. Participants relived four neutral and four positive memories in an MRI scanner while rating mood and vividness.

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