This paper suggests that attachment, rejecting behaviour and independence initiaties among rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) constitute that the mother-infant interactions. Results of previous studies of different family groups indicate that both the mothers' rejecting behaviour and the infants' independence initiatives (or social activities) are not homogegeneus but instead differ from each other, depending on subjects' individual differences and on the diverse relationships and experiences among members of the family groups.

Rejecting behaviour and separation initiatives as aspects of the mother-infant independence dynamics in rheus monkeys / Angelo, Tartabini. - In: UNIVERSAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. - ISSN 2332-3477. - 3:5(2015), pp. 142-146. [10.13189/ujp]

Rejecting behaviour and separation initiatives as aspects of the mother-infant independence dynamics in rheus monkeys

TARTABINI, Angelo
2015

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This paper suggests that attachment, rejecting behaviour and independence initiaties among rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) constitute that the mother-infant interactions. Results of previous studies of different family groups indicate that both the mothers' rejecting behaviour and the infants' independence initiatives (or social activities) are not homogegeneus but instead differ from each other, depending on subjects' individual differences and on the diverse relationships and experiences among members of the family groups.
Rejecting behaviour and separation initiatives as aspects of the mother-infant independence dynamics in rheus monkeys / Angelo, Tartabini. - In: UNIVERSAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. - ISSN 2332-3477. - 3:5(2015), pp. 142-146. [10.13189/ujp]
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