Childhood Trauma , the Neurobiology of Adaptation , and " Use-dependent " Development of the Brain : How " States " Become " Traits " - Semantic Scholar

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  title={Childhood Trauma , the Neurobiology of Adaptation , and " Use-dependent " Development of the Brain : How " States " Become " Traits " - Semantic Scholar},
  author={Bruce D. Perry and RobertA. Pollard and Toi and Toi L. Blakley and William L Baker and Domenico Vigilante},
  year={1995}
}
Childhood trauma has profound impact on the emotional, behavioral, cognitive, social, and physical functioning of children. Developmental experiences determine the organizational and functional status of the mature brain. The impact of traumatic experiences on the development and function of the brain are discussed in context of basic principles of neurodevelopment. There are various adaptive mental and physical responses to trauma, including physiological hyperarousal and dissociation. Because… CONTINUE READING
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