Poster 0: Treasure Lundskog – Impact Of Mother’s Depression, Anxiety, Emotion Dysregulation, And Early Childhood Trauma On Hair Cortisol Levels During Pregnancy

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Faculty mentor: Elisabeth Conradt

Depression and anxiety are prevalent among pregnant mothers. Therefore, it is important to understand the implications maternal mental health may have on future maternal and offspring health. Understanding the physiological basis of maternal mental health and stress is also necessary as it may lead to better detection of maternal mental health deficits. This study examines several mental health variables and their relations to prenatal hair cortisol concentrations.

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