Brain Development

Neighborhood disadvantage may pose an environmental risk to brain development in children

New USC Social Work and Keck School of Medicine study published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests growing up in a disadvantaged neighborhood is related to children's brain structure and neurocognitive performantce.

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