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ARTICLES NCBI Psychological or Neurobiological Impacts of Violence 2010/01/29 Neurobiological Adaptations to Violence across Development: Hilary K. Mead, Theodore P. Beauchaine, and Katherine E. Shannon https //www ncbi nlm nih gov/pmc/articles/PMC2813461/ Adoption dot com 2016/01/17 How Exposure To Domestic Violence Affects Brain Development in Children | Domestic Violence Awareness Month Robyn Chittister Children exposed to domestic violence, though not physically abused, do experience mental trauma. https //adoption com/how-exposure-to-domestic-violence-affects-brain-development-in-children Frontiers in Early Behavioral Neuroscience 2019/07/09 Early Life Exposure to Violence: Developmental Consequences on Brain and Behavior Isabelle Mueller and Ed Tronick https //doi org/10.3389/fnbeh [dot] 2019.00156 Changing Minds Now dot org https //changingmindsnow org/ WITNESSING VIOLENCE CAN CHANGE A KID’S MIND. YOU CAN HELP THEM HEAL. New research shows that witnessing traumatic events, like domestic violence, shootings, or even fighting, can impact the physical development of a child’s brain — potentially leading to lifelong health and social issues. But you can help reverse the effects. This site will teach you about the science of childhood trauma, and how five everyday gestures can make a world of difference… Updates: 2021/02/07 de-activating links, some editing.
Psychological and Biological Impacts of Violence: Development/Brain-Child