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Childhood Adversity Is Associated with Adult Theory of Mind and Social Affiliation, but Not Face Processing

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Adversity prevalences and relationships with PCA-derived components.

In the top part of the figure, bars represent the number of participants who were coded as exposed to each type of adversity. The bottom of the figure shows a heatmap relating each adversity to a set of four principal components derived from principal components analysis with varimax rotation. Darker shades of red represent higher loading of an adversity on a particular component.

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