2017: Impact of Developmental Trauma on Brain Function and Connectivity (Plenary)

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Our study aims to study the impact of repeated developmental trauma on brain function and connectivity. We hypothesize adults that experienced DT will show significantly different findings than those that did not have such a history. Further, we anticipate that susceptible regions may include those near the anterior cingulate left frontal temporal and limbic regions and right posterior regions involved in social engagement.
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