requires recognizing at least one female.
No such peaceful, prolonged contact has been noted in the few observations that have been made of mating behaviour in wombats (Triggs 2009), and there is no evidence of pair-bonding
If you block oxytocin receptors, you can totally cut off that pair-bonding
response, Abigail Marsh, associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University, explained.
Obviously, there were no marital, religious, societal or sexual constructs limiting pair-bonding
Perhaps we should just agree that we are an imperfectly pair-bonding
The investigation into social structure has an air of dry humor in the connection forged between Neandertal pair-bonding
and the biological pragmatism of human marriage.
Looking to the trend for smart home applications, the pair-bonding
solution will be ideal for several bandwidth-demanding applications such as IPTV, smart TV, home energy management, home automation and LTE (Long-Term-Evolution) femtocell applications that will allow operators to realize digital applications for customers' needs.
pattern is often held up as evidence that "women are from Venus" and instinctively pair-bonding
, while men are naturally promiscuous and reluctant to settle down.
If a couple of rehearsals in the art of pair-bonding
help to improve the final performance, that may be no bad thing.
A study of rodents showed that longer versions of a particular junk DNA sequence were associated with greater pair-bonding
and care of offspring.
It has been called the "cuddle chemical" because it promotes snuggling, pair-bonding
and the desire to please others.