Oxytocin promotes social proximity and decreases vigilance in groups of African lions

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Burkhart, Jessica C.
Gupta, Saumya
Heilbronner, Sarah R.
Packer, Craig
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Oxytocin modulates mammalian social behavior; however, behavioral responses to intranasal oxytocin can vary across species and contexts. The complexity of social interactions increases with group dynamics, and the impacts of oxytocin on both within- and between-group contexts are unknown. We tested the effects of intranasal administration of oxytocin on social and non-social behaviors within in-group and out-group contexts in African lions. We hypothesized that, post intranasal oxytocin administration, lions would be in closer proximity with fellow group members, whereas out-group stimuli could either produce a heightened vigilance response or an attenuated one. Compared to control trials, post oxytocin administration, lions increased their time spent in close proximity (reducing their distance to the nearest neighbor) and decreased vigilance toward out-group intruders (reducing their vocalizations following a roar-playback). These results not only have important implications for understanding the evolution of social circuitry but may also have practical applications for conservation efforts.

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ISO 690BURKHART, Jessica C., Saumya GUPTA, Natalia BORREGO, Sarah R. HEILBRONNER, Craig PACKER, 2022. Oxytocin promotes social proximity and decreases vigilance in groups of African lions. In: iScience. Elsevier. 2022, 25(4), 104049. eISSN 2589-0042. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.isci.2022.104049
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@article{Burkhart2022Oxyto-57443,
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  doi={10.1016/j.isci.2022.104049},
  title={Oxytocin promotes social proximity and decreases vigilance in groups of African lions},
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  volume={25},
  journal={iScience},
  author={Burkhart, Jessica C. and Gupta, Saumya and Borrego, Natalia and Heilbronner, Sarah R. and Packer, Craig},
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