Research about the benefits of intranasal oxytocin therapy for autism
Will just a snort make kids sociable?
Since the 1990s, advocates of providing oxytocin to children with autism have discussed articles (e.g., Modahl et al., 1992; Panksepp, 1992) that have reported the possibility that a drug mimicking a…
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