Reassessing Stress: Distinct Neural and Mental Health Correlates of Stress Exposure and Controllability Appraisals

Alyssa Fassett-Carman
Stress is a strong risk factor for internalizing symptoms and can lead to changes in gray matter (GM) structure associated with psychopathology. Adolescence and emerging adulthood is a time of heightened stress, onset of stress-related disorders such as depression, and GM development, and is thus posited to be a sensitive period for the effects of stress. However, not all youth who experience stress develop symptoms. Learned helplessness theory and evidence describes how having control over...
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