Hearing parental arguments can affect child's brain development

03/25/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Researchers looked at the functional MRI brain scans of 20 babies and found that those exposed to high levels of conflict at their homes showed a greater reaction to a very angry tone of voice in areas of the brain linked to the regulation of stress and emotions. The study will be published in the journal Psychological Science.

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