Aproximación evolutiva y neurobiológica a la teoría del vínculo
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vínculo
ontogenia
neurobiología
evolución
monos Rhesus

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Valverde Gómez, M. (2022). Aproximación evolutiva y neurobiológica a la teoría del vínculo. Revista De Psiquiatría Infanto-Juvenil, 39(2), 16-28. https://doi.org/10.31766/revpsij.v39n2a3

Resumen

El sistema vincular del apego es fundamental en la comprensión de las relaciones que se establecen entre diferentes individuos de una especie, así como de la relación de las madres con su progenie. El sistema de apego tiene un componente evolutivo a lo largo de las diferentes especies y un patrón de transmisión intergeneracional.

En la siguiente revisión se desarrolla un marco para poder entender este sistema de apego, tanto desde la propia perspectiva evolutiva como neurobiológica. Revisar el apego en diferentes especies ha permitido profundizar en el sustrato biológico subyacente y su correspondencia con la neurobiología del mismo en humanos, así como su implicación en la respuesta al estrés y las similitudes y diferencias evolutivas de las relaciones vinculares en distintas especies de mamíferos.

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