Severe childhood deprivation has longstanding impacts on brain size in adulthood — ScienceDaily


Researchers have shown that the brains of young adult Romanian adoptees who were institutionalized as children are around 8.6% smaller than the brains of English adoptees who have not suffered this form of deprivation.

Source: Severe childhood deprivation has longstanding impacts on brain size in adulthood — ScienceDaily

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