Study: Low Oxytocin Does Not Cause Autism But Can Worsen Social Disability
Study Provides New Clues to Oxytocin-Autism Connection
Stanford University researchers have shown that the so-called “love” hormone oxytocin is involved in a broader range of social interactions than previously thought.
Autism Study Finds Hyperconnections Between Certain Brain Regions
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