What the author of Facing our Fears uses as support is a quote from a resercher at the University of Pennsylvania, David A. Yusko, Psy.D. He is the Clinical Director at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety (CTSA) in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Yusko especializes in many kinds of therapies, and in the case of this article in cognitive-behavioral treatment for social anxiety, panic disorder, specific phobias, and generalized anxiety.
the support that the author, uses in the article facing our fears is a): a definition of the part of the brain called the amygdala.
he takes neuroscientist joseph ledoux's words by telling that by falling to distinguish between evolutionary old systems located in the amygdala and newer systems, centered in the prefrontal cortex, doctors have conflated non conscious threat circuits in the brain with circuits that underlie the conscious experience of fear. that, the author says, "leads ledoux to the jarring conclusion that the amygdala, a decades-old centerpiece of the brain's fear circuit, does not underlie the conscious feeling of fear".
despite this, the author points out in the article that that is a controversial notion and that evidence, in animal and humans, supports the idea that core emotions can exist outside of conscious awareness.
The correct answer is: 2. A quote from a University of Michigan professor. The professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, Stephen Maren, said: we are making a lot of progress. We take everything we learned from basic animal studies and incorporate it into the clinical practices that help people. Things are starting to unite in a very important way. This is the support used by the author.
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d. a quote from a practicing psychologist in chicago
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A quote from a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania
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A quote from a University of Michigan professor
A person can become less of an anxious person if they react at the right moments at the right time and it is very important to understand that how your brain reacts to the things which usually frighten you and how a person can overcome habitual behaviors in order to help your brain to be less anxious.
Facing your fears is a program that is aimed towards the youth who are suffering from a high rate of Autism disorders and who require assistance to manage anxiety symptoms which interfere with their daily life. This program uses cognitive-behavioral principals in order to assist youth to identify and manage their anxiety symptoms. The author also supports a quote from a University of Michigan professor in order to support his article on “Facing our fears”.
1. The impact of Furman v. Georgia (1972) was that states had to promise to use the death penalty only with approval from the supreme court. throw out the old Miranda warning and write a new one. agree to throw out all state laws regarding crime and impose national standards. create clear standards to be applied fairly before imposing the death penalty.
2. The main purpose of the president’s state of the union address is to
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