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The effects of oxytocin on social anxiety depend on location, location, location: Finding a better route to treating social anxiety disorder may lie in another part of the brain, researchers suggest

Studies have long suggested that oxytocin — a hormone that can also act as a neurotransmitter — regulates prosocial behavior…

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