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Animal Models in Developmental Psychobiology

  • I. Charles Kaufman
Part of the Topics in Developmental Psychobiology book series (TDP)

Abstract

The topic of this workshop has more than a passing interest to me since I am personally responsible for one fairly common animal model—separation of the monkey infant from its mother, but not from its home or other social companions. I think it might serve the purpose of this symposium if I were to discuss some questions about the use of that model.

Keywords

Social Companion Depressive Illness Depressive Response Momentous Experience Developmental Psychobiology 
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References

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© Plenum Press, New York 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. Charles Kaufman
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  1. 1.Veterans Administration Medical CenterSan FranciscoUSA

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