The Biochemistry of Family Commitment and Youth Competence: Lessons from Animal Models
Part of the The Search Institute Series on Developmentally Attentive Community and Society book series (SISS, volume 5)
KeywordsConditioned Place Preference Maternal Care Maternal Behavior Oxytocin Receptor Prairie Vole
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