Disruptions in caregiving can lead to profound impacts on emotional and physical development in young across species, including humans. Here, we examine the divergent impact of stress on mouse caregiving neural circuitry in alloparental and maternal females.
It’s widely known that children's achievement is shaped by a complex mix of genetic and environmental factors, but robust examples of gene-environment interactions have been elusive. A population-wide, multigenerational study sheds new light on this.
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