Integration of negative experiences: A neuropsychological framework for human resilience

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38 (2015)
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We propose that the fundamental mechanism underlying resilience is the integration of novel or negative experiences into internal schemata. This process requires a switch from reactive to predictive control modes, from the brain's salience network to the default mode network. Reappraisal, among other mechanisms, is suggested to facilitate this process.



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