Forscher auf der Spur von Stress-Mechanismen

"Die Bilder von flüchtenden Menschen haben sich ins kollektive Gedächtnis eingebrannt. Bei Thomas Elbert haben sie noch mehr ausgelöst: Der Verhaltensneurowissenschaftler von der Universität Konstanz beschäftigt sich seit langem damit, was Stress und Traumata mit Menschen machen. Er doziert über Hass und Angst und hat Feldstudien über verheerende seelische Beeinträchtigung in Kriegs- und Krisenregionen gemacht…"

(Gefunden auf kurier.at vom 12.02.2018)

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[Engl.] Tracking the impact of early abuse and neglect

"Children who experience abuse and neglect early in life are more likely to have problems in social relationships and underachieve academically as adults.

Maltreatment experienced before age 5 can have negative effects that continue to be seen nearly three decades later, according to a new study led by Lee Raby, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Utah…"

(Gefunden auf ScienceDaily vom 16.01.2018)

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[Engl.] Young people with shared residency after divorce have fewer mental problems

"Young people with shared residency after their parents' divorce have fewer mental problems than young people with other residency arrangements.

This was the conclusion researchers at RKBU Vest (Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare), Uni Research Health, arrived at when they compared the mental health of young people in different residency arrangements after a divorce."

Youth with shared residency after a divorce reported less mental issues than those living mostly with a single parent or in a stepfamily. Furthermore, we found that youths with joint residency did not have more mental problems than young people living with their two non-divorced parents, says Sondre Aasen Nilsen," researcher at RKBU Vest who is one of the researchers behind the study…"

(Gefunden auf ScienceDaily vom 16.01.2018)

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