Call for Special Issue of Frontiers Journal on the Science of Pair-bonding

Hi all,

My colleagues and I are putting a call out for research articles to be published in a Special Issue of Frontiers focused on the Science of Pair-Bonding and Future Directions.

We welcome submissions from all areas of research on pair-bonding, from human and non-human animals, as well as all types of methods including (but not limited to) self-reports, experimental, biological measures, and big data techniques; and relationship types from socially and sexually monogamous, to dating and long-term relationships, LGBTQIA+ samples, and consensual non-monogamy. This issue will explore the flexibility of the pair-bonding mating and attachment systems, and highlight the unique role of pair-bonds for the species.

For more information:

TOPIC EDITORS Bianca P Acevedo, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA email: bacevedo@ucsb.eduXiaomeng Xu, Idaho State University, Pocatello, USA email:

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