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Comparative studies have established that a number of structures within the rostromedial basal forebrain are critical for affiliative behaviors and social attachment. Lesion and neuroimaging studies concur with the importance of these regions for attachment and the experience of affiliation in humans as well. Yet it remains obscure whether the neural bases of affiliative experiences can be differentiated from the emotional valence with which they are inextricably associated at the experientialdoi:10.1523/jneurosci.6508-11.2012 pmid:22956840 pmcid:PMC6621241 fatcat:ngykn6gijnbuvh27sjekjzmcuq