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The biology of human parenting: insights from nonhuman primates


The biology of human parenting: insights from nonhuman primates



Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 23(3): 411-422



ISSN/ISBN: 0149-7634

PMID: 9989428

DOI: 10.1016/s0149-7634(98)00042-6

Primate and human parenting have often been viewed as completely emancipated from neuroendocrine influences and primarily dependent on experience, social and cognitive processes. A review of recent findings of primate research on the neurobiological regulation of parental responsiveness, the causes of variability in parenting styles, and the determinants of infant abuse suggests that primate parenting is more sensitive to neuroendocrine mechanisms than previously thought. The findings of primate research can have important implications for human research and encourage the investigation of biological influences on human parenting.

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