Individual Differences in Young Children's Responses to Stress: The Role of Perception

Karen Emily-Lois Smith
Early life stress is associated with a host of social, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral difficulties for children later in life. These negative effects of early life stress are thought to be in part a consequence of chronic and/or extreme perceptions of stress leading to extended activation of physiological, psychological, and behavioral stress response systems, ultimately resulting in dysregulation in these systems. However, not all children who experience early life stress, even the same type of...
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