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Webinar "Early Life Stress: Impact on Brain and Psychopathology"

25 November, 2019 in FENS News

This webinar will take place on 10 December 2019 and will discuss the high individual variability of early life stress and its impact on coping abilities and cognitive functions later in life. Open for SfN and FENS members only.

Early Life Stress: Impact on Brain and Psychopathology

Webinar - 10 December 2019 from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

Effects of early life stress are found to be dependent on many factors, including sex and genetic background, the age of early exposure, and the age and context within which the long-term impact is examined.

This webinar will discuss the resultant high individual variability of early life stress and its impact on coping abilities and cognitive functions later in life.

Individual presentations will speak to vulnerability and resilience to early life stress, the effects of early life stress on cognitive domains, its effects on the HPA axis as well as the role of sex differences, and the necessity of developing analysis approaches that move away toward more personalized types of analysis.

For registration and further information, please go here

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