Childhood Cumulative Risk Exposure and Adult Amygdala Volume and Function.

@article{Evans2016ChildhoodCR,
  title={Childhood Cumulative Risk Exposure and Adult Amygdala Volume and Function.},
  author={Gary W. Evans and James E. Swain and Anthony P. King and Xin Wang and Arash Javanbakht and S. Shaun Ho and Michael Angstadt and K. Luan Phan and Hong Xie and Israel Liberzon},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience research},
  year={2016},
  volume={94 6},
  pages={535-43}
}
Considerable work indicates that early cumulative risk exposure is aversive to human development, but very little research has examined the neurological underpinnings of these robust findings. This study investigates amygdala volume and reactivity to facial stimuli among adults (mean 23.7 years of age, n = 54) as a function of cumulative risk exposure during childhood (9 and 13 years of age). In addition, we test to determine whether expected cumulative risk elevations in amygdala volume would… CONTINUE READING
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