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A Neural Basis for Longing: Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder and the Nucleus Accumbens Activate

News   May 12, 2020 | Original story from the University of Colorado Boulder

 
A Neural Basis for Longing: Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder and the Nucleus Accumbens Activate

Prairie voles are among about 5% of mammalian species, including humans, which bond for life. Credit: Illustration courtesy Zoe Donaldson/ CU Boulder

 
 
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