Dr. Allan N. Schore

Publications

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On the same wave-length: how our emotional brain is shaped by human relationships

Co-author with Daniela Sieff. Chapter in D. Sieff, Understanding and Healing Emotional Trauma: Conversations with pioneering clinicians and researchers. (pp. 111-136). New York: Routledge.

Review of The emotional life of your brain.

By Richard J. Davidson with Sharon Begley. Psychoanalytic Psychology, in press.

Early right brain regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being.

Children Australia, in press.

Psikoterapi sanatinin bilimi [The science of the art of psychotherapy].

Turkey: Psikoterapi Enstitusu, 2014.

Duygulanimin duzenlenmesi ve kendiligin onarimi [Affect regulation and the repair of the self].

Turkey: Psikoterapi Enstitusu, 2012.

Duygulanim duzensizligi ve kendilik bozukluklari [Affect dysregulation and the disorders of the self].

Turkey: Psikoterapi Enstitusu, 2012.

Regulation theory and affect regulation psychotherapy: A clinical primer.

Smith College Studies in Social Work, 2014, 84, 178-195. Co-author with J. R. Schore.

Early interpersonal neurobiological assessment of attachment and autistic spectrum disorders.

Frontiers in Psychology, 2014, 5, Article 1049. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01049.

The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy, 2014, 51, 88-397.

Foreword to Awakening clinical intuition: an experiential workbook for psychotherapists.

By Terry Marks-Tarlow. New York: Norton, 2014.

Introduction to Unifying psychotherapy: Principles, methods, and evidence from clinical science.

By Jeffrey J. Magnavita and Jack C. Anchin. New York: Springer, 2014.

Foreword to Neurobiologically informed trauma therapy with children and adolescents.

By Linda Chapman. New York: Norton, 2014.

Dysregulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of PTSD.

In G. Leo (Ed.), Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis. Lecce, Italy: Frenis Zero, 2014.

Foreword to The birth of intersubjectivity. psychodynamics, neurobiology, and the self.

By Massimo Ammaniti & Vittorio Gallese. New York: Norton, 2014.

Development of a Childhood Attachment and Relational Trauma Screen (CARTS): a relational-socioecological framework for surveying attachment security and childhood trauma history.

European Journal of Psychotaumatology, 2013. Co-author with P.A. Frewen, B. Evans, J. Goodman, A. Halliday, J. Boylan, G. Moran, J. Reiss, and R.A. Lanius.

Regulation theory and the early assessment of attachment and autistic spectrum disorders: A response to Voran's clinical case.

Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 2013, 12, 164-189.

Foreword to Neurobiology essentials for clinicians: What every therapist needs to know.

By Arlene Montgomery. New York: Norton, 2013.

Relational trauma, brain development, and dissociation

Chapter in J. Ford & C. Courtois (Eds.), Treating complex traumatic stress disorders in adolescents and children. New York: Guilford Press, 2013.

Using modern attachment theory to guide clinical assessments of early attachment relationships.

Co-author with Ruth Newton. Chapter in J. Bettmann & D. Demetri Freidman (Eds.), Attachment-based clinical work with children and adolescents. New York: Springer, 2012.

The science of the art of psychotherapy

New York: Norton, 2012.

Neural correlates of self-reflection in post-traumatic stress disorder.

Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 2012, 125, 238-246. Co-author with R.L. Bluhm, P.A. Frewen, N. Coupland, & R.A. Lanius.

Evolution, early experience, and human development: From research to practice and policy.

By D. Narvaez, J. Panksepp, A. Schore, & T. Gleason (Eds.). New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Bowlby's Environment of Evolutionary Adaptiveness: Recent studies on the interpersonal neurobiology of attachment and emotional development.

In D. Narvaez, J. Panksepp, A. Schore, & T. Gleason (Eds.), Evolution, Early Experience, and Human Development: From Research to Practice and Policy (pp. 31-67). New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Foreword to Clinical intuition in psychotherapy. The neurobiology of embodied response.

By Terry Marks-Tarlow. New York: Norton, 2012.

El trauma relacional y el cerebro derecho en desarrollo: Interfaz entre psicologia psicoanalitica del self y neurociencias.

Gaceta de Psiquiatria Universitaria: Temas y Controversias [Academic Psychiatry Gazette: Topics and Controversies], 2012.

Affects of trauma-related cues on pain processing in posttraumatic stress disorder: an fMRI investigation

Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 2011, 36, 6-14. Co-author with M. J.S. Micklebrough, J.K. Daniels, N.J., N.J. Coupland, R. Kao, P.C. Williamson, U.F. Lanius, K., Hegadoren, M. Densmore, T. Stevens, & R.A. Lanius.

Is borderline personality disorder a particularly right hemispheric disorder? A study of P3a using single trial analysis.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2011, 45, 131-139. Co-author with R. Meares and D. Melkonian.

Family law and the neuroscience of attachment, Part I.

Family Court Review, 2011, 49, 501-512. Co-author with Jennifer McIntosh.

The right brain implicit self lies at the core of psychoanalysis.

Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 2011, 21, 75-100.

Foreword to The shadow of the tsunami and the growth of the relational mind. by Philip Bromberg.

New York: Routledge, 2011.

Clinical social work and regulation theory: Implications of neurobiological models of attachment.

Co-author with J.R. Schore. Chapter in S. Bennett & J.K. Nelson (Eds.), Adult attachment within clinical social work practice (pp. 57-75). New York: Springer, 2010.

A neurobiological perspective of the work of Berry Brazelton.

Chapter in B.M. Lester & J. D. Sparrow (Eds.), Nurturing families of young children. Building on the legacy of T. Berry Brazelton (pp. 141-153). New York: Blackwell Scientific, 2010.

Synopsis, The impact of childhood trauma: psychobiological sequelae in adults.

Chapter in E. Vermetten, R. Lanius, C. Pain, The impact of early life trauma on health and disease (pp. 142-148). New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

The right brain implicit self: A central mechanism of the psychotherapy change process.

Chapter in J. Petrucelli (Ed.), Knowing, not-knowing and sort of knowing: Psychoanalysis and the experience of uncertainty (pp. 177-202). London: Karnac, 2010.

Relational trauma and the developing right brain: The neurobiology of broken attachment bonds.

Chapter in T. Baradon (Ed.), Relational trauma in infancy (pp. 19-47). London: Routledge, 2010.

Right brain affect regulation: An essential mechanism of development, trauma, dissociation, and psychotherapy.

Chapter in D. Fosha, D. Siegel, & M. Solomon (Eds.), The Healing power of emotion: Affective neuroscience, development, & clinical practice (pp. 112-144). New York: W.W. Norton, 2009.

Attachment trauma and the developing right brain: Origins of pathological dissociation.

Chapter in P.F. Dell, & J.A. O’Neil (Eds.), Dissociation and the dissociative disorders: DSM-V and beyond (pp. 107-141). New York: Routledge, 2009.

Relational trauma and the developing right brain: An interface of psychoanalytic self psychology and neuroscience.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2009, 1159, 189-203.

La disregolazione dell'emisfero destro. Attacamento traumatico e psicopatogenesi del disturbo post-traumatico da stress.

Chapter in R. Williams (Ed.), Trauma e relazioni. Le prospettive scientiche e cliniche contemporanee (pp. 89-136), Milan, Raffaello Cortina Editore, 2009.

La regulation affective et la reparation du soi.

Gilles de Lisle, Translator. Montreal: Les Editions du CIG, 2008.

La regolazione degli affeti e la riparazione del se.

Roberto Speziale-Bagliacca, Translator. Rome: Astrolabio, 2008.

Dysregulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorder. (Italian translation)

Chapter in V. Ardino (Ed.), Post-traumatic stress disorders in childhood and adolescence, 2008.

Modern attachment theory: the central role of affect regulation in development and treatment.

Clinical Social Work Journal, 2008, 36, 9-20.

Review of Awakening the Dreamer: Clinical Journeys by Philip M. Bromberg.

Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 2007, 17, 753-767.

Special Section: Psychoanalytic research: Progress and Process. Notes from Allan Schore's Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2007, XXVII, No. 3, 6-15

Affektregulation und die Reorganisation des Selbst

2007, Eva Rass, Translator. Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart.

How elephants are opening doors: developmental neuroethology, attachment and social context.

Co-author with G.A. Bradshaw. Ethology, 2007, 113, 426-436.

Special Section: Psychoanalytic research: Progress and Process. Notes from Allan Schore's Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2007, XXVII, No. 1, 12-14.

A neuropsychoanalytic perspective of development and psychotherapy

Energy & Character, 2006, 35, 18-30

Special Section: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Process. Notes from Allan Schore’s Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2006, XXVI, No. 2, 13-21.

Neuropsychoanalysis

Chapter published in Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis, R.M. Skelton (ed.), Edinburgh University Press, 2006.

Right brain attachment dynamics: an essential mechanism of psychotherapy

The California Psychologist, 2006, 39, 6-8.

Foreword to Coming into mind: The mind-brain relationship. A Jungian clinical perspective by Margaret Wilkinson.

New York: Routledge, 2006.

Behavioral and physiological effects of trauma on psittacines.

Co-author with G.A. Bradshaw and P.G. Greene Linden Proceedings of American Avian Veternerian Conference, August 2005

Special Section: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Process. Notes from Allan Schore’s Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2005, XXV, No. 4, 18-24.

A neuropsychoanalytic viewpoint: Commentary on paper by Steven H. Knoblauch.

Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 2005, 15, 829-854.

Developmental affective neuroscience describes mechanisms at the core of dynamic systems theory.

Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2005, 28, 217-218.

Menti in formazione: attaccamento, cervello che si auto-organizza e pscioterapia psicoanalitica orientata evolutivamente.

Psicoterapia, 2005, 10, 209-232.

Attachment, affect regulation and the developing right brain: Linking developmental neuroscience to pediatrics.

Pediatrics in Review, 2005, 26, 204-211.

Special Section: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Process.Notes from Allan Schore’s Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2005, XXV, No. 2, 6-12.

Elephant breakdown. Social trauma: early disruption of attachment can affect the physiology, behaviour and culture of animals and humans over generations.

Co-author with G.A. Bradshaw, J.L. Brown, J.H. Poole, & C.J. Moss. Nature, 2005, 433, 807.

Special Section: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Process Notes from Allan Schore’s Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2005, XXV, No. 1, 19-27.

Graduation address, Santa Barbara Graduate Institute.

Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology and Health, 2004, 19, 107-114.

Commentary on “Dissociation: a developmental psychobiological perspective” by A. Panzer and M. Viljoen

South African Psychiatry Review, 2004, 7, 16-17.

Special Section: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Process Notes from Allan Schore’s Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2004, XXIV, No. 1, 14-22.

Special Section: Psychoanalytic Research: Progress and Process Notes from Allan Schore’s Groups in Developmental Affective Neuroscience and Clinical Practice.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2003, XXIII, No. 4, 9-16.

The human unconscious: the development of the right brain and its role in early emotional life.

In Emotional Developmental in Psychoanalysis, Attachment Theory, and Neuroscience: Creating Connections, V. Green (ed.), Brunner-Routledge, 2003, pp. 23-54.

Report on Children and Civil Society, “Hardwired to Connect: The New Scientific Case for Authoritative Communities,” Dartmouth Medical School, the YMCA of the USA, and Institute of American Values

Member, Commission on Children at Risk. Published by Institute for American Values, 2003.

Affect Regulation and the Repair of the Self.

W.W. Norton, 2003.

Affect Dysregulation and Disorders of the Self.

W.W. Norton, 2003.

The Seventh Annual John Bowlby Memorial Lecture.

In Revolutionary Connections: Psychotherapy and Neuroscience, J. Corrigall and H. Wilkinson (eds.), Karnac, 2003, pp. 7-51.

The neurobiology of mother-infant attachment communications.

In Handbuch der kleinkindforschung [Handbook of Research in Early Childhood], H. Keller (ed.), Huber, 2003.

Early relational trauma, disorganized attachment, and the development of a predisposition to violence

In Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body, and Brain, D. Siegel & M. Solomon (eds.), W.W. Norton, 2003, pp. 107-167.

Implications of recent advances in developmental neuroscience and attachment theory.

Moderator, Audiotape and publication of the American Acadedmy of Pediatrics AAP Pediatric UPDATE, 2003.

Introduction / guest editorial to the Special Issue on trauma.

Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2003, 48, iii-viii.

Advances in neuropsychoanalysis, attachment theory, and trauma research: implications for self psychology.

Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 2002, 22, 433-484.

The neurobiology of attachment and early personality organization.

Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology and Health, 2002, 16, 249-263.

Clinical implications of a psychoneurobiological model of projective identification.

In Primitive Mental States Volume II: Psychobiological and Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Early Trauma and Personality Development, S. Alhanati (ed.), Karnac, 2002, pp. 1-65.

Dysregulation of the right brain: A fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorder.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2002, 36, 9-30. (Chosen as the most outstanding article of the year published in the journal).

Neurobiology and psychoanalysis: Convergent findings on the subject of projective identification.

In Being Alive: Building on the Work of Anne Alvarez, J. Edwards (ed.), Brunner-Routledge, 2001, pp. 57-74.

The right brain as the neurobiological substratum of Freud’s dynamic unconscious.

In The Psychoanalytic Century: Freud's Legacy for the Future, D. Scharff (ed.), Other Press, 2001, pp. 61-88.

Special Section: The relevance of devlopmental neuropsychoanalysis to the clinical models of Sandor Ferenczi and Wilfred Bion: Introduction.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2001, XXI, No. 1, 12-13.

Plenary Address: Parent-infant communications and the neurobiology of emotional development.

In Proceedings of Head Start’s Fifth National Research Conference, Developmental and contextual transitions of children and families. implications for research, policy, and practice, 2001, pp. 49-73.

The Seventh Annual John Bowlby Memorial Lecture, “Minds in the making: attachment, the self-organizing brain, and developmentally-oriented psychoanalytic psychotherapy.”

British Journal of Psychotherapy, 2001, 17, 299-328.

Contributions from the Decade of the Brain to infant mental health: An overview (Special Edition Editor).

Infant Mental Health Journal, 2001, 22, 1-6.

Effects of a secure attachment relationship on right brain development, affect regulation, and infant mental health.

Infant Mental Health Journal, 2001, 22, 7-66.

The effects of early relational trauma on right brain development, affect regulation, and infant mental health.

Infant Mental Health Journal, 2001, 22, 201-269.

Attachment, the right brain, and empathic processes within the therapeutic alliance.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2000, XX, No. 4, 8-11.

Special Section: Attachment research and psychoanalytic process.

Psychologist Psychoanalyst, 2000, XX, No. 3, p. 20.

The self-organization of the right brain and the neurobiology of emotional development.

In Emotion, Development, and Self-organization, Dynamic Systems Approaches to Emotional Development, M. Lewis & I.Granic (eds.), Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 155-185.

Attachment and the regulation of the right brain.

Attachment & Human Development, 2000, 2, 23-47.

Foreword to reissue of Attachment and Loss, Vol. 1: Attachment, by John Bowlby.

Basic Books, 2000.

The right brain, the right mind, and psychoanalysis. On-line at the website for Neuro-Psychoanalysis

http:www.neuro-psa.com/schore.htm 1999.

Invited commentary on “Freud’s affect theory in the light of contemporary neuroscience.”

Neuro-Psychoanalysis, 1999, 1, 115-128.

Early shame experiences and infant brain development.

In Shame: Interpersonal Behaviour, Psychopathology and Culture, P. Gilbert & B. Andrews (eds.). Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 57-77.

The experience-dependent maturation of an evaluative system in the cortex.

In Brain and Values: Is a Biological Science of Values Possible, K. H. Pribram (ed.). Erlbaum, 1998, pp. 337-358.

Early organization of the nonlinear right brain and development of a predisposition to psychiatric disorders.

Development and Psychopathology, 1997, 9, 595-631.

Interdisciplinary developmental research as a source of clinical model

In The Neurobiological and Developmental Basis for Psychotherapeutic Intervention, M. Moskowitz, C. Monk, C. Kaye, & S. Ellman (eds). Jason Aronson, 1997, pp. 1-71.

A century after Freud's Project for a Scientific Psychology- Is a rapprochement between psychoanalysis and neurobiology at hand?

Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1997, 45, 807-839.

The experience-dependent maturation of a regulatory system in the orbitofrontal cortex and the origin of developmental psychopathology.

Development and Psychopathology, 1996, 8, 59-87

Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development.

Erlbaum, 1994.

Early superego development: The emergence of shame and narcissistic affect regulation in the practicing period.

Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 1991, 14, 187-250