Oxytocin spray could be used to treat people with shyness, autism, and other social functioning deficits according to a new study. Researchers from Israel and New York gave a group of 27 healthy men doses of oxytocin nasal spray and then asked them to peform ’emphatic accuracy tests’. Those men who were shy or who had poor social functioning skills found that the spray improved their ability to recognise emotion in others.
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