Early Life Adversity Contributes to Impaired Cognition and Impulsive Behavior: Studies from the Oklahoma Family Health Patterns Project

William R. Lovallo, Noha H. Farag, Kristen H. Sorocco, Ashley Acheson, Andrew J. Cohoon, Andrea S. Vincent

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