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  • 0 NP0016 The Great Attachment DebateNP0016, Attachment, Session 2, Jerome Kagan 03.27.2012 13:20
    I enjoyed your presentation and my question is: Can the brain be affected by prenatal toxins, food allergies or sensitivities that may make them quite reactive in infancy and how they are treated, by traumatic experiences, etc.? The fact that class is predictive in a materialistic world is not surprising as there is power with money, but not with the soul. I believe that resilience to stress increases as stress is reduced in an infant and a short fuse type baby is one where stress was not resolved often or quick enough as receptors can be overwhelmed and destroyed resulting in high reactivity. As you mentioned, it is easy to slide down, much more difficult to climb up.

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