Early social deprivation shapes neuronal programming of the social decision-making network in a cooperatively breeding fish

Diogo Antunes, Magda Teles, Matthew Zuellig, Caitlin Friesen, Rui Oliveira, Nadia Aubin-Horth & Barbara Taborsky
The early social environment an animal experiences may have pervasive effects on its behaviour. The Social Decision-Making network (SDMN), consisting of interconnected brain nuclei from the forebrain and midbrain, is involved in the regulation of behaviours during social interactions. In species with advanced sociality such as cooperative breeders, offspring are exposed to a large number and a great diversity of social interactions every day of their early life, which may have life-long consequences on the...
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