Chronic juvenile stress produces corticolimbic dendritic architectural remodeling and modulates emotional behavior in male and female rats.

@article{Eiland2012ChronicJS,
  title={Chronic juvenile stress produces corticolimbic dendritic architectural remodeling and modulates emotional behavior in male and female rats.},
  author={Lisa Eiland and Johnny R. Ramroop and Matthew Nicholas Hill and Jasmine Manley and Bruce S. McEwen},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={39-47}
}
Nearly 12% of US children are exposed to intense adverse experiences. Research has demonstrated that these experiences can negatively impact adult health, often resulting in psychopathology. Less attention, however, is given to the impact of childhood adverse experiences on childhood health and wellbeing. Using a rodent model of chronic juvenile stress (restraint 6 h daily from postnatal day 20 to 41), we report that chronic stress has significant immediate morbidities in both males and females… CONTINUE READING
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