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How can prolonged stress lead to a sustained reduction in cognitive functioning?
Background: Ten years ago or so I went through a traumatic period which resulted in a lot of stress and anxiety. I initially assumed there was some depression but cognition and short term memory was ...
Jul 12 '12 at 0:03
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