The biology of mother-child bonding

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  1. Andrea Laford says:

    Why is it always about mothers? Most humans have fathers who participate in their rearing. This study was done on Macaque monkey infants separated from their mothers. Macaques spend their short infancy clinging to their mothers. Humans have formative years while monkeys have mere months.

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