Neglect in early childhood has deep effects on how body and brain develop

26 November 2018

Megan Gunnar

Megan Gunnar, professor at the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota, discusses what her research has shown about how the experience of neglect in early childhood shapes the development of the body’s stress system. The body modifies its stress physiology in response to its environment, whether harsh or supportive.


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