How Early Life Stress Follows You: Delayed Recovery from Anxious States

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[Abstract] Individuals with early life stress (ELS) are at an elevated risk for long-term internalizing problems such as anxiety. This trajectory may be explained in part by psychophysiological changes (e.g., increased amygdala volume and dysregulated stress hormone responses) which impair emotion regulation and lead to aberrant threat responses. Individuals with more ELS may show a delayed recove...

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