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Oxytocin increases eye contact during a real-time, naturalistic social interaction in males with and without autism.

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Authors
Bonnie Auyeung, Michael V. Lombardo, M. Heinrichs, B. Chakrabarti, A. Sule, J.B. Deakin, R.A.I. Bethlehem, L. Dickens, N. Mooney, J.A.N. Sipple, P. Thiemann, Simon Baron-Cohen
Title
Oxytocin increases eye contact during a real-time, naturalistic social interaction in males with and without autism.
Journal
Translational Psychiatry
Year
2015
Page(s)
e. 507
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Peer-Reviewed, Randomised Trial, Placebo, Controlled Trial
Keywords
Adult, Autism, Biomedical, Eye Contact, Hormones, Intervention, Non-Autistic / Neurotypical, Oxytocin

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