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Larger amygdala volumes after childhood trauma associated with depression and cortisol response to psychosocial stress in adulthood Background: Childhood trauma is a major risk factor for the development of affective disorders later in life. We sought to determine whether this risk is linked to neurostructural changes in limbic brain regions after childhood(More)
The effects of a new stimulus following repeated exposure to a familiar, sexually explicit stimulus were studied. Female and male subjects (N = 56) viewed an explicitly heterosexual film daily for 4 days and then were exposed to either a film showing the same actors engaging in different sexual acts or one with different actors engaging in the same(More)
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