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Association Between Nonparenting Adult’s Attachment Patterns and Brain Structure and Function: A Systematic Review of Neuroimaging Studies

Attachment strategies formed in infancy and early childhood can have lifelong effects on an individual’s behavior and health. Advances in neuroimaging technology allow us to understand how these early experiences map onto the structure and function of the brain and ultimately behavior and health. Previous reviews have discussed the findings of studies observing correlations between attachment strategy and neural function and structure in...

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Julie Evey
Julie Evey (Faculty)
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Article in open access journal, Sage Open Nursing.