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Fig. 1 | Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation

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From: Attention to emotional stimuli in borderline personality disorder – a review of the influence of dissociation, self-reference, and psychotherapeutic interventions

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Schematic summary of the proposed influence of dissociation, self-reference and psychotherapeutic interventions on attention and memory during the processing of emotional stimuli. This figure summarizes how dissociation, self-reference and symptom severity may modulate the processing of emotional information in individuals with borderline personality disorder, starting from attention to the stimulus, encoding into working memory, storage into long-term memory and thus, again, modulating the attentional focus selected. Figure adapted from Winter et al., [195]

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