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sciene child development

rubella during pregnancy-example of adverse effect gain access; during sensitive periods in develpoment of brain or organ systems; first 12 week pregnancy 85% infants develop congenital rubella syndrome(deafness, eye problems, heart malformations); between 13-16 weeks, 54% develop CRS
neural proliferation brain architecture begins at birth; 700 new synapes or connection every second for first few years of life timing is genetic but experiences affect whether the circuits are strong or weak
2nd way adverse events gain access to body recurring experiences such as abuse, neglect, etc; chronic activation of body's stress response
example of neural proliferation baby babble-no response-little language development baby babble-adults respond-contiguent reciprocity-neural connection-good language development
neurons and toxic stress neurons have underdeveloped connections
genes and toxic stress early experiences alter gene expression and shape development
toxic stress unrelieved activation of body's stress management system without protetion of adults nurturing system
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