|Nurturance or negligence: Maternal psychology and behavioral preference among preterm twins|
|Source: Barkow, Cosmides & Tooby - The Adapted Mind, 1992, Chapter 9|
|Paper - Abstract|
|.|Explore some of the psychological mechanisms involved in maternal decisions to care for and invest in high-risk offspring; |.|attempt to integrate psychological and evolutionary approaches to the study of child neglect by examining the relationship among maternal psychology, maternal behavior, and infant health characteristics in detail among a small population of extremely low-birth-weight (ELBW) preterm twins.
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