Sex Differences in Chimpanzee Behavior May Lead to New Model for Mental Illness

Sex Differences in Chimpanzee Behavior May Lead to New Model for Mental Illness
Thu, 03/10/2016

Elizabeth Doughman, Editor-in-Chief

Chimpanzees exhibited significant genetic and neuroanatomical sex-related differences while scratching, a common indicator of anxiety, according to a new study from Georgia State University. This reveals their promise as a model of human mental illness.

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