Mother-infant bonding and the evolution of mammalian social relationships.

@article{Broad2006MotherinfantBA,
  title={Mother-infant bonding and the evolution of mammalian social relationships.},
  author={K. D. Broad and James P Curley and Eric B. Keverne},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={361 1476},
  pages={2199-214}
}
A wide variety of maternal, social and sexual bonding strategies have been described across mammalian species, including humans. Many of the neural and hormonal mechanisms that underpin the formation and maintenance of these bonds demonstrate a considerable degree of evolutionary conservation across a representative range of these species. However, there is also a considerable degree of diversity in both the way these mechanisms are activated and in the behavioural responses that result. In the… CONTINUE READING
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