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    • The neurobiology of infant maternal odor learning 

      Raineki, Charlis; Pickenhagen, Anouchka; Roth, Tania L.; Babstock, Doris M.; McLean, John H.; Harley, Carolyn W.; Lucion, Aldo Bolten; Sullivan, Regina M. (2010) [Journal article]
      Infant rats must learn to identify their mother’s diet-dependent odor. Once learned, maternal odor controls pups’ approach to the mother, their social behavior and nipple attachment. Here we present a review of the research ...