The contribution of comparative research to the development and testing of life history models of human attachment and reproductive strategies
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (1):37-38 (2009)
Research with nonhuman primates can make important contributions to life history models of human attachment and reproductive strategies, such as: including parental responsiveness into female reproductive strategies, testing the assumption that adult attachment is a reproductive adaptation, assessing genetic and environmental effects on attachment and reproduction, and investigating the mechanisms through which early stress results in accelerated reproductive maturation
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