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From the editor’s desk, Laura C. Wells, Vice President of Marketing & Communications at the Foundation presents highlights from this month

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By Brain & Behavior Research Foundation NARSAD Young Investigator Grantee Katrina Johnson, Ph.D. and graduate student Julia Schechter, M.A.

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Marco P. Boks, M.D., Ph.D., Rudolf Magnus Institute of Neuroscience, 2009 NARSAD Young Investigator Grantee: "Methylation as an Epigenetic Cause of Schizophrenia"

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Stress during development has often been regarded as a potentially disruptive force, capable of inducing disease states if overly prolonged or exceedingly intense. It can also, however, favor resiliency and adaptive processing that are crucial to navigating a human life.

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We know that there are large differences in outcome between people with schizophrenia, and there is evidence that these differences may be related to differences in cognitive skills such as the ability to pay attention, concentrate, remember things an

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