Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Fish fathers exhibit signatures of ‘baby brain’ that may facilitate parental care behavior

Many new parents are familiar with terms like 'baby brain' or 'mommy brain' that hint at an unavoidable decline in cognitive function associated with the hormonal changes of pregnancy, childbirth, and maternal caregiving. A new study of parental care in stickleback fish is a reminder that such parenting-induced changes in the brain and associated shifts in cognition and behavior are not just for females -- and they're not just for mammals either.