Neurobiology of parent-infant relationship: overview
Neurobiology of Mammalian Parental Behavior
Neurobiology of Filial Attachment Behavior
Neural mechanism of Affiliative social behavior suggests its evolutionary origin in parental care
In mammals, females are generally more social than males, plausibly for the benefit of group-living in maternal care. Our recent study identified that contact-seeking behaviors among female mice are regulated by the neuromolecular circuit for parental care, suggesting that at least some kind of affiliative social behavior is evolved from parental behavior.
Rock-a-bye baby: science to the rescue
Development of childcare support apps