Deprivation of parenting disrupts development of homeostatic and reward systems in marmoset monkey offspring

@article{Pryce2004DeprivationOP,
  title={Deprivation of parenting disrupts development of homeostatic and reward systems in marmoset monkey offspring},
  author={Christopher R. Pryce and Andrea C. Dettling and Marianne Spengler and Christian Rene Schnell and Joram Feldon},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={56},
  pages={72-79}
}
BACKGROUND Early environment is a major determinant of long-term mental health, evidenced by the relationship between early-life neglect or abuse and chronically increased vulnerability to developmental psychopathology, including major depressive disorder (MDD). Animal studies can increase understanding of environmentally mediated causal risk processes. We describe how daily deprivation of biological parenting in primate infants disrupts development of homeostatic and reward systems central to… CONTINUE READING
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