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'''Pair bonding''' a is the process of forming a '''pair bond''' the strong affinity that develops in some [[species]] between the [[male]] and [[female]] in a breeding pair. Pair-bonding, from 1940, is a term frequently used in [[sociobiology]] and [[evolutionary psychology]] circles and is typically meant to imply either a life-long monogamous relationship or a stage of mating interaction in socially [[monogamous]] species.
 
'''Pair bonding''' a is the process of forming a '''pair bond''' the strong affinity that develops in some [[species]] between the [[male]] and [[female]] in a breeding pair. Pair-bonding, from 1940, is a term frequently used in [[sociobiology]] and [[evolutionary psychology]] circles and is typically meant to imply either a life-long monogamous relationship or a stage of mating interaction in socially [[monogamous]] species.
   
For more details see [[animal pair bonding]] and the [[neuroscience of animal pair bonding]]
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For more details see [[animal pair bonding]], [[monogamous pairing in animals]] and the [[neuroscience of animal pair bonding]]
   
   
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*[[Matching hypothesis]]
 
*[[Matching hypothesis]]
 
*[[Parents]]
 
*[[Parents]]
 
==See also==
 
*[[List of animals with stable pair bonds]]
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 08:07, August 16, 2012

Pair bonding a is the process of forming a pair bond the strong affinity that develops in some species between the male and female in a breeding pair. Pair-bonding, from 1940, is a term frequently used in sociobiology and evolutionary psychology circles and is typically meant to imply either a life-long monogamous relationship or a stage of mating interaction in socially monogamous species.

For more details see animal pair bonding, monogamous pairing in animals and the neuroscience of animal pair bonding


It is sometimes used in reference to human relationships and may refer to:

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