Dr. Schore will be delivering the keynote address “Moving forward: New Findings on the Right Brain and Their Implications for Psychoanalysis” to the American Psychological Association Division of Psychoanalysis 37th Annual Spring Meeting, New York, NY.
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Keynote address "The Development of the Right Brain Across the Lifespan: What's Love Got to Do with It?" 28th Annual RIE Infant/Toddler Conference for Parents and Professionals, Los Angeles, CA
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Keynote Address "Creativity in Psychotherapy: An Adaptive Function of the Right Brain Unconscious." Yellowbrick's 10th Anniversary Conference, Chicago, IL.
“All our sons” The neurobiology and neuroendocrinology of boys at risk.” Infant Mental Health Journal, 2017, 38, 15–52.
Harricharan, S., Rabellino, D., Frewen, P. A., Densmore, M., Théberge, J., McKinnon, M. C., Schore, A. N. and Lanius, R. A. (2016), fMRI functional connectivity of the periaqueductal gray in PTSD and its dissociative subtype. Brain and Behavior, 6: 1–16. e00579, doi: 10.1002/brb3.579
Foreword to Carnivore Minds: Who These Fearsome Animals Really Are by G. A. Bradshaw. New Haven: Yale University's Press, in press.
“Modern Attachment Theory.” Chapter in APA Handbook of trauma psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, in press.
"Plenary Address, Australian Childhood Foundation Conference
Childhood Trauma: Understanding the Basis of Change and Recovery
Early right brain regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being."
Children Australia, 2015, doi: 10.1017/cha.2015.13.
Book review of The emotional life of your brain.
By Richard J. Davidson with Sharon Begley. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 2015, 32, 539-547.
"Early interpersonal neurobiological assessment of attachment
and autistic spectrum disorders."
Published in Frontiers in Psychology.
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"The Right Brain Is Dominant in Psychotherapy."
Psychotherapy, 2014, 51, 388-397.
"Regulation Theory and Affect Regulation Psychotherapy: A Clinical Primer."
Co-authored with Judith R. Schore. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 2014, 84, 178-195.
Interviews with Dr. Allan Schore
"Allan Schore on the Science of the Art of Psychotherapy" on Psychotherapy.net
Read a recent interview with Dr. Schore for The Neuropsychotherapist,
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Read Dr. Schore's Address to the UCLA Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, 2014.
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Dr. Schore's latest book, The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy, is now available.
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"From beginning to end of this volume and in a profoundly satisfying and refreshingly accessible fashion, Schore manages to bring together the incisiveness and clarity of his analytical left brain with the creativity and synthetic ability of his intuitive right brain in the interest of capturing the beauty of something that few have dared to try and fewer still have been able to accomplish, namely, to offer a compelling explanation for how exactly a psychotherapy works and what exactly its scientific underpinnings are. With courage, passion, and conviction, Schore rises to the challenge of capturing (by way of words) the essence of the mystical process that operates (without words) beneath the surface of a successful psychotherapy."
-- Psychoanalytic Psychology
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Dr. Schore has received numerous honors for his work, including an Award for Outstanding Contributions to Practice in Trauma Psychology from Division 56 (Trauma Psychology) and the Scientific Award from Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association, and an Honorary Membership by the American Psychoanalytic Association for “extraordinary contributions to the field of psychoanalysis.”