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Presenter: Dabney Ewin, MD, ABMH
We start by reviewing Konrad Lorenz?s Nobel Prize study on birth imprints in birds and recent fMRI?s of 70 human newborns showing that the default mode network that is considered responsible for retrieving autobiographical memories is intact at birth. Evidence that it is not just a memory, but also a physiological response includes the return of the plantar reflex when regressed to two months of age, and Raginsky?s report of temporary cardiac arrest with a regression to a previous Adams-Stokes arrest.
Then we will review some cases of affect bridge and age regression as far back as birth, with the technique of first doing ideomotor subconscious review, followed by verbal review. The technique for handling an abreaction will be discussed