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Neural correlates of prenatal stress in young women
BackgroundPrenatal stress is hypothesized to have a disruptive impact on neurodevelopmental trajectories, but few human studies have been conducted on the long-term neural correlates of prenatal exposure to stress. The aim of this study was to explore the relationship between prenatal stress exposure and gray-matter volume and resting-state functional connectivity in a sample of 35 healthy women aged 14–40 years.MethodVoxel-based morphometry and functional connectivity analyses were performeddoi:10.1017/s003329171500046x pmid:25786412 fatcat:af7bd7etdjbbpll7ppndmp6e7m