The mother-infant bond serves as a basis for future attachment interactions that the child develops across life. In attachment theory, there is much emphasis on the consistency of such bonds, but is it also consistent in our brain? We examined the neural response to attachment-related videos collected over two decades. Young adults were fMRI scanned
Dr. Salomon gave a talk hosted by Brainstorm Ben Gurion University in Beer- Sheba on the topic of how the “self” is formed by the brain and how it is altered by psychedelics and in psychosis. Several papers on this topic coming soon!