Dr Robert Moss is a clinical psychologist and researcher who’s near 40 years of experience in the field has given him deep insight into the workings of the brain and especially in areas of memory and pain perception. Today we are going to talk to him about an upcoming paper Psychotherapy in pain management: New viewpoints and treatment targets based on a brain theory. This will be published by AIMS Neuroscience.

Here are some articles we’ve published written by Dr. Moss:

Can Empathy Be Taught? – Robert Moss

Givers and Takers: Clinical Biopsychological Perspectives on Relationship Behavior Patterns

Where are negative emotional memories stored?

 

Columnar Brain Model

 

A Clinical Biopsychological Theory of Loss-Related Depression

 

The Dimensional Systems Model

 

Emotional Restructuring

 

Clinical Biopsychological Approach

 

A Roadmap to the Cerebral Cortices

 

Gamma-band Synchronization & Cortical Columns

 

The Future for Mental Disorder Classification and Diagnosis