A new study adds to the developing evidence of the role genetics plays in some cases of PTSD.
According to a new study, children who have been maltreated have a surprising ability to regulate their emotions.
A new study reports researchers were able to predict with 80 percent accuracy whether antidepressants would help patients by analyzing their brain function and personal history.
Study finds an association between resting state network connectivity abnormalities in those with major depressive disorder who experienced childhood trauma.
Experiencing trauma or extreme stress during childhood can lead to structural changes in the hippocampus and amygdala that can be seen decades later.
Researchers explore the link between childhood trauma and the increased risk of developing mental and physical health problems as adults.
Adults who experienced traumatic events, including abuse and household dysfunction, as children had an increased risk of developing neurological conditions later in life. Additionally, researchers found a significant link between childhood trauma and depression and anxiety in adulthood.