Plasticity of resting state brain networks in recovery from stress

Abstract

Chronic stress has been widely reported to have deleterious impact in multiple biological systems. Specifically, structural and functional remodeling of several brain regions following prolonged stress exposure have been described; importantly, some of these changes are eventually reversible. Recently, we showed the impact of stress on resting state… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00919

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@inproceedings{Soares2013PlasticityOR, title={Plasticity of resting state brain networks in recovery from stress}, author={Jos{\'e} M. Soares and Adriana Sampaio and Paulo Marques and Luis Mariano Ferreira and Nadine Correia Santos and Fernanda A. Marques and Joana Almeida Palha and Jo{\~a}o J. Cerqueira and Nuno Sousa}, booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.}, year={2013} }