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Exposure to stress during development and the importance of timing: An animal model of early life adversity
Clinical and preclinical research both indicate that early life adversities alter sensitivity to stress well into adulthood. Although clinical research identifies infancy, childhood, and adolescence as periods of heightened ...
Characterizing the long-lasting impact of stress in mid-adolescence in the rat.
Exposure to stressors in adolescence, in both humans and rodents, leads to long-lasting alterations in their behaviour and corresponding neuroanatomical structures. The experiments presented herein were designed to further ...