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The functional neuroanatomy of the evolving parent-infant relationship.

Abstract:

Infant survival and the development of secure and cooperative relationships are central to the future of the species. In humans, this relies heavily on the evolving early parent-infant social and affective relationship. While much is known about the behavioural and psychological components of this relationship, relatively little is known about the underlying functional neuroanatomy. Affective and social neuroscience has helped to describe the main adult brain networks involved, but has so far...

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Parsons, CE More by this author
Kringelbach, ML More by this author
Journal:
Progress in neurobiology
Volume:
91
Issue:
3
Pages:
220-241
Publication date:
2010-07-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1873-5118
ISSN:
0301-0082
URN:
uuid:dc057a46-2204-4f1a-bed5-06871ef07805
Source identifiers:
139974
Local pid:
pubs:139974

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