Correspondence| Volume 70, ISSUE 5, e29, September 01, 2011

Early Adversity and Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Function: Cross-Diagnostic Common Findings in Different Studies

      Neuroendocrinology, like other aspects of biological psychology, is plagued by false dawns and blind alleys. It is, therefore, reassuring to see two studies with different methodologies showing the same fundamental finding.
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