Regional homogeneity and resting state functional connectivity: Associations with exposure to early life stress

@article{Philip2013RegionalHA,
  title={Regional homogeneity and resting state functional connectivity: Associations with exposure to early life stress},
  author={Noah S Philip and Yuliya I. Kuras and Thomas R. Valentine and Lawrence H. Sweet and Linda L Carpenter},
  journal={Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging},
  year={2013},
  volume={214},
  pages={247-253}
}
Early life stress (ELS) confers risk for psychiatric illness. Previous literature suggests ELS is associated with decreased resting-state functional connectivity (rs-FC) in adulthood, but there are no studies of resting-state neuronal activity in this population. This study investigated whether ELS-exposed individuals demonstrate resting-state activity patterns similar to those found in PTSD. Twenty-seven adults (14 with at least moderate ELS), who were medication-free and without psychiatric… CONTINUE READING

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