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Foetal adaptations to adversity and effects on human behaviour

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It has been known that childhood adversity has consequences on social functioning and adult behaviour later in life, but what about the impact of foetal adversity?

Professor Jonathan Hill explores this exciting topic where he examines the foetal origins of child and ultimately adult psychopathology. In what promises to be a fascinating talk, Professor Hill will also go through how the consequences of foetal adaptations to human behaviour are different in males and females.

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Free snacks and drinks as always!

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