Rebelliously Curious RC

How the Brain’s Stochasticity Spurs Unique Adaptations

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The “adaptive stochasticity hypothesis” is a fancy way of saying that in life, different situations can lead to many different outcomes, and sometimes people adapt to tough situations in unique ways. It’s all about how we deal with challenges and end up in various places.

Sofia Carozza, Postdoctoral Researcher at Harvard Medical School deconstructs her team’s recent paper on randomness and neurodevelopmental outcomes, and how neurodiversity and genomic differences from Ancestral trauma or intergenerational trauma held within our DMA could play a part in higher randomness in the brain. Read the paper here:… Join as we get rebelliously curious.

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