General and specific effects of early-life psychosocial adversities on adolescent grey matter volume
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New research has revealed that exposure to common family problems during childhood and early adolescence affects brain developme ..

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The London study found teenagers who had faced 'mild to moderate' problems before the age of 11 had smaller cerebellum, a trait ..

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Norwich, UK (Scicasts) New research has revealed that exposure to common family problems during childhood and early adolescence ..

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New research has revealed that exposure to common family problems during childhood and early adolescence affects brain developme ..

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New research has revealed that exposure to common family problems during childhood and early adolescence affects brain developme ..

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A mildly bad upbringing has been shown to hamper growth of adolescent brains. Yet, some kids just get stronger, as the brain mak ..

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As Laura Dern advocates fighting in front of your children, Claire Cohen examines whether it's ever a good idea ..

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New research has revealed that exposure to common family problems during childhood and early adolescence affects brain developme ..

Research from the University of East Anglia find that children who experienced chronic, but relatively common, family difficulti ..

 Family problems are now recognized as a contributing factor for mental illness - and there is brain imaging research to su ..

Childhood adversity experienced between ages 0-11 associated with a smaller cerebellum.→ Dr Jeremy Dean is a psychologist a ..

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@Wellcome @MRCcomms research from @CamNeuro @UEA links family adversities to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms research from @CamNeuro @UEA links family adversities to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms research from @CamNeuro @UEA links family adversities to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms research from @CamNeuro @UEA links family adversities to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@nickwalsh100 finds interesting effects of early-life psychosocial adversities on adolescent brain structure.http://t.co/KnJK0oj87j

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

@nickwalsh100 finds interesting effects of early-life psychosocial adversities on adolescent brain structure.http://t.co/KnJK0oj87j

Most comp. study to date shows how stressful childhood affects brain (not in good way!) http://t.co/7mGY4KEKni @nickwalsh100 @wellcometrust

Most comp. study to date shows how stressful childhood affects brain (not in good way!) http://t.co/7mGY4KEKni @nickwalsh100 @wellcometrust

Most comp. study to date shows how stressful childhood affects brain (not in good way!) http://t.co/7mGY4KEKni @nickwalsh100 @wellcometrust

Most comp. study to date shows how stressful childhood affects brain (not in good way!) http://t.co/7mGY4KEKni @nickwalsh100 @wellcometrust

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

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General and specific effects of early-life psychosocial adversities on adolescent grey matter volume http://t.co/2cUfseJT2n

@wellcometrust @MRCcomms @CamNeuro @uniofeastanglia Research links family adversity to adolescent brain development. http://t.co/A0UKq4pe7q

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“@mvlombardo: interesting effects of early-life psychosocial adversities on adolescent brain structure.http://t.co/WlKtmeXPnE”@DrBethBell

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@LifeandStyle Can you include this link to the paper on the webpage please http://t.co/rtpezkv83p - thanks Nick

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