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1 Affiliation and aggression
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2 Neurobiology of Pair-bonding (“love”) Oxytocin/ vasopressin/ review Why were oxytocin and vasopressin originally identified as bonding hormones? Species differences…where are monogamous and polygynous species monogamous and polygynous species different?
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3 Paraventricular and supraoptic nuclei: Magnocellular neurons Parvocellular neurons Other AVP-producing areas outside the hypothalamus
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6 Empty Cage Tethered Partner Animal Tethered Stranger Animal
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7 Chemical Basis of Pair-bonding Oxytocin in females and vasopressin in males? (Why was this originally thought?) Injection of OT in females induces a pair- bond Injection of AVP in males induces a pair-bond When males pair-bond, AVP mRNA goes up in the BST and AVP-ir goes down in the LS Doesn’t happen in females
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8 Cool AVP experiments 1) Injection of prairie vole V1a receptor genes into mice 2) Up-and ±down-regulation of V1a receptors in voles via viral vectors 3) Genetic studies of AVP receptor promoter regions
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11 Vasopressin receptor variation (Young, Hammock) Nair and Young, 2006
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12 Nair and Young, 2006
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13 Nair and Young, 2006
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14 Both OT and AVP are involved in social recognition and memory OT knockout mice do not “remember” other individuals.
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course NPB 152 taught by Professor Hahn during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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