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Neuroimaging maps cues associated with infant abuse which help to reduce stress in the adult brain.

Neurobiologists at NYU Langone, University of Pennsylvania, University of Lyon and Linkoping University have found a surprising and paradoxical effect of abuse-related cues in rat pups, those cues also can lower depressive-like behaviour when the rat pups are fully grown.  These paradoxical properties may help shed light on why certain cues such as pictures or odours associated with early life abuse can sometimes

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