Contact: Cat Bartman
University of East Anglia
Caption: Areas in blue are brain regions shown to be smaller as a result of childhood adversities occurring aged 0-11, and regions in orange are shown to be larger as a result of exposure to negative life events aged 14.
Credit: University of East Anglia (UEA)
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