Early life stress is associated with default system integrity and emotionality during infancy
Extensive animal research has demonstrated the vulnerability of the brain to early life stress (ELS) with consequences for emotional development and mental health. However, the influence of moderate and common forms of stress on early human brain development is less well‐understood and precisely characterized. To date, most work has focused on severe forms of stress, and/or on brain functioning years after stress exposure.
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