2017: Impact of Childhood Maltreatment on Brain Development and the Critical Importance of Distinguishing Between Maltreated and Non-Maltreated Diagnostic Subtypes (Keynote Speaker)

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Research will be reviewed highlighting the effects of childhood abuse on EEG coherence, and the development of the hippocampus, white matter tracts, and cortical regions. Evidence will be presented identifying sensitive periods when specific brain regions are most vulnerable and unique effects of difference types of abuse on sensory systems and pathways that convey the adverse experience.
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