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Taking the Good with the Bad: Positive Childhood Experiences Might Moderate Effects of Early Adversity

07:37 EDT 13 Sep 2019 | NEJM

Positive childhood experiences predicted better mental health and social/emotional support in adulthood regardless of the number of adverse childhood experiences.

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