Approaching the biology of human parental attachment : Brain imaging , oxytocin and coordinated assessments of mothers and fathers

@inproceedings{Swaina2014ApproachingTB,
  title={Approaching the biology of human parental attachment : Brain imaging , oxytocin and coordinated assessments of mothers and fathers},
  author={J. E. Swaina and P. Kimd and J. Spicere and S. S. Hoa and C. J. Daytona and A. Elmadihg and K. M. Abelg},
  year={2014}
}
  • J. E. Swaina, P. Kimd, +4 authors K. M. Abelg
  • Published 2014
behaviors required for sensitive parenting enables the formation of each individual's first social bonds and critically shapes development. This review concentrates on magnetic resonance imaging experiments which directly examine the brain systems involved in parental responses to infant cues. First, we introduce themes in the literature on parental brain circuits studied to date. Next, we present a thorough chronological review of state-ofthe-art fMRI studies that probe the parental brain with… CONTINUE READING
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