The Role of Oxytocin in Social Buffering: What Do Primate Studies Add?

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The ability to maintain close social bonds impacts on reproductive success, longevity, stress and health in social mammals, including humans (Silk et al., Curr Biol 20(15):1359-1361, 2010; Crockford et al., Horm Behav 53(1):254-265, 2008; Wittig et al., Horm Behav 54(1):170-177, 2008; Archie et al., Proc R Soc B 281(1793):20141261, 2014; Cameron et al… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/7854_2017_12

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@article{Crockford2017TheRO, title={The Role of Oxytocin in Social Buffering: What Do Primate Studies Add?}, author={Catherine Crockford and Tobias Deschner and Roman M Wittig}, journal={Current topics in behavioral neurosciences}, year={2017} }