Resilience to childhood maltreatment is associated with increased resting-state functional connectivity of the salience network with the lingual gyrus.

@article{Werff2013ResilienceTC,
  title={Resilience to childhood maltreatment is associated with increased resting-state functional connectivity of the salience network with the lingual gyrus.},
  author={Steven van der Werff and Justine Nienke Pannekoek and Ilya M. Veer and Marie-Jos{\'e} van Tol and Andr{\'e} Aleman and Dick J. Veltman and Frans G Zitman and Serge A. R. B. Rombouts and Bernet M. Elzinga and Nic J. A. van der Wee},
  journal={Child abuse & neglect},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 11},
  pages={1021-9}
}
The experience of childhood maltreatment is related to an increased risk of developing a variety of psychiatric disorders, as well as a change in the structure of the brain. However, not much is known about the neurobiological basis of resilience to childhood maltreatment. This study aims to identify resting-state functional connectivity (RSFC) patterns specific for resilience to childhood maltreatment, focusing on the default mode and salience network and networks seeded from the amygdala and… CONTINUE READING
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