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Oxytocin's modulatory effects on social cognition - Copenhagen (Nov 2019)


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Category: Communication

Description: A lecture given at the University of Copenhagen Department of Psychology colloquium. See Wiki for the lecture's abstract

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Talk abstract The neuropeptide oxytocin has garnered considerable interest for its role in social behavior and its potential for the treatment of psychiatric illnesses characterised by social dysfunction. However, initial excitement has turned to disappointment with some studies failing to replicate earlier results, which has been attributed to issues surrounding research methods, mechanistic unde...


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