Children & Adolescents

Children & Adolescents

Brain Network Changes May Explain Resilience to Childhood Abuse
Brain researchers have known for years that people who are abused in childhood often suffer serious impairments, including a high... Read More
Severe Stress Before Age 6 Resulted in Smaller Brain Memory Structures
A team of researchers studying the impact of stress upon children has published new evidence suggesting that there is a... Read More
Long-term Study Reveals How Bipolar Disorder Emerges in High-Risk Youth
A multi-decade study focusing on children of parents diagnosed with bipolar disorder quantifies the risk—24.5%—that they themselves will develop bipolar... Read More
Multi-decade Study Found Childhood Trauma Exposure Common, Raising Health Risks in Adulthood
A long-term study of 1,420 people finds that childhood trauma is more commonplace than is often assumed, and that its... Read More
A New Understanding of Risk for Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder (BD) can be a difficult condition to diagnose because its signature symptoms–episodes of abnormal, often persistent, highs and... Read More