People recall important information and maintain this ability despite
memory impairment by aging, distraction or rushing. Early-life stress (ELS)
is associated with atypical development of three brain regions likely
involved in memory: the hippocampus (Youssef, 2019), amygdala (Tottenham,
2010) and nucleus accumbens (Go, 2013). Assuming exposure to ELS amplifies
the effects of acute stress (Kuhlma...