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Discussion – Personalized Reading Summary Discuss 3 things that you learned from this week’s readings. You must include 1 from each reading. You cannot repeat what your peers have already posted. The easiest way to do this is to post early. You must include: 1. whether you had ever heard of the concept before 2. whether you believe you understand what the author(s) is saying 3. how it manifests in your life (how can you ‘see’ it in action) • Cozolino, L. (2017). o Chapter 11: The Social Brain o Chapter 12: Building the Social Brain: Shaping Attachment Schemas o Chapter 13: The Neurobiology of Attachment • Dana, D. (2018). The polyvagal theory in therapy: engaging the rhythm of regulation. New York, N.Y.: W.W. Norton o 3: Wired to Connect • Review polyvagal pdfs and personal profile map found under additional lecture material Unit 1- The Structure and Function of the Brain Social Synapse Shaping Attachment Schemas Relationships and Integrative Communication Neurobiology of We Neurobiology of Attachment Additional Lecture Materials Gambrel, L.E., Faas, C., Kaestle, C.E., & Savla, J. (2016). Interpersonal neurobiology and couple relationship quality: a longitudinal model. Contemporary family therapy, 38, 272-283. Gonzalez, A., del Rio-Casanova, L., & Justo-Alonso, A. (2017). Integrating neurobiology of emotion regulation and trauma therapy: reflections on EMDR therapy. Reviews of neuroscience, 28(4), 431-440. Beginner’s Guide to Polyvagal Theory.pdf Polyvagal Theory.pdf The Personal Profile Map-Polyvagal Theory Deb Dana-2.docx