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See detailWhy does early childhood deprivation increase the risk for depression and anxiety in adulthood? A developmental cascade model
Golm, D.; Maughan, B.; Barker, E. D. et al

in Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines (2020), 61(9), 1043-1053

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See detailEarly childhood deprivation is associated with alterations in adult brain structure despite subsequent environmental enrichment
Mackes, N. K.; Golm, D.; Sarkar, S. et al

in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2020), 117(1), 641-649

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See detailAdoptees' responses to separation from, and reunion with, their adoptive parent at age 4 years is associated with long-term persistence of autism symptoms following early severe institutional deprivation
Sonuga-Barke, E.; Kennedy, M.; Golm, D. et al

in Development and Psychopathology (2020), 32(2), 631-640

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See detailHPA axis dysregulation in adult adoptees twenty years after severe institutional deprivation in childhood
Kumsta, Robert UL; Schlotz, W.; Golm, D. et al

in Psychoneuroendocrinology (2017), 86

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See detailAdult disinhibited social engagement in adoptees exposed to extreme institutional deprivation: Examination of its clinical status and functional impact
Kennedy, M.; Kreppner, J.; Knights, N. et al

in British Journal of Psychiatry (2017), 211(5), 289-295

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See detailEarly severe institutional deprivation is associated with a persistent variant of adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: clinical presentation, developmental continuities and life circumstances in the English and Romanian Adoptees study
Kennedy, M.; Kreppner, J.; Knights, N. et al

in Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines (2016), 57(10), 1113-1125

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