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Oxytocin Nasal Spray and Autism

December 06, 2013

http://video.q13fox.com/Oxytocin-Nasal-Spray-and-Autism-25419761?playlistId=12578#.UqJI5dJDvTo

 

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Dr. Raphael Bernier of Seattle Children’s  comments on a recent study that looked at the impact of oxytocin a group of children with autism and the impact on the social brain and the parts of the brain that are involved in how we make sense of our social world.

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