Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder

Beblo T, Driessen M, Mertens M, Wingenfeld K, Piefke M, Rullkoetter N, Silva-Saavedra A, Mensebach C, Reddemann L, Rau H, Markowitsch HJ, et al. (2006)
Psychological Medicine 36(06): 845-856.

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Background. Patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) frequently report unresolved life events but it is still poorly understood, how these experiences are represented in the brain. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), the present study aimed at investigating the neural correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in patients with BPD and healthy controls. Method. Twenty female BPD patients and 21 healthy control subjects underwent fMRI. During measurement subjects recalled unresolved and resolved negative life events. Individual cue words were used to stimulate autobiographical memory. After scanning, subjects rated their emotional states during the recall of both types of memories. Results. When contrasting unresolved and resolved life events, patients showed significant bilateral activation of frontotemporal areas including the insula, amygdala, and the anterior cingulate cortex, the left posterior cingulate cortex, right occipital cortex, the bilateral cerebellum and the midbrain. In healthy subjects, no differential brain activation was related to these conditions. The 2x2 factorial analysis (Delta BPD-Delta controls) revealed similar results with bilateral activation of the frontal cortex including parts of the insula and of the orbitofrontal cortex, temporal activation including the amygdala, activation of the right occipital cortex, and parts of the cerebellum. Patients but not controls reported higher levels of anxiety and helplessness during the unresolved versus resolved memory condition. Conclusions. The activation of both, the amygdala and prefrontal areas, might reflect an increased effortful but insufficient attempt to control intensive emotions during the recall of unresolved life events in patients with BPD.
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Beblo T, Driessen M, Mertens M, et al. Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder. Psychological Medicine. 2006;36(06):845-856.
Beblo, T., Driessen, M., Mertens, M., Wingenfeld, K., Piefke, M., Rullkoetter, N., Silva-Saavedra, A., et al. (2006). Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder. Psychological Medicine, 36(06), 845-856.
Beblo, T., Driessen, M., Mertens, M., Wingenfeld, K., Piefke, M., Rullkoetter, N., Silva-Saavedra, A., Mensebach, C., Reddemann, L., Rau, H., et al. (2006). Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder. Psychological Medicine 36, 845-856.
Beblo, T., et al., 2006. Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder. Psychological Medicine, 36(06), p 845-856.
T. Beblo, et al., “Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder”, Psychological Medicine, vol. 36, 2006, pp. 845-856.
Beblo, T., Driessen, M., Mertens, M., Wingenfeld, K., Piefke, M., Rullkoetter, N., Silva-Saavedra, A., Mensebach, C., Reddemann, L., Rau, H., Markowitsch, H.J., Wulff, H., Lange, W., Berea, C., Ollech, I., Woermann, F.G.: Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder. Psychological Medicine. 36, 845-856 (2006).
Beblo, Thomas, Driessen, Martin, Mertens, M, Wingenfeld, K, Piefke, Martina, Rullkoetter, N, Silva-Saavedra, A, Mensebach, C, Reddemann, L, Rau, H, Markowitsch, Hans J., Wulff, H, Lange, W, Berea, C, Ollech, I, and Woermann, FG. “Functional MRI correlates of the recall of unresolved life events in borderline personality disorder”. Psychological Medicine 36.06 (2006): 845-856.
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