Does oxytocin affect mind-reading? A replication study

  title={Does oxytocin affect mind-reading? A replication study},
  author={Sina Radke and Ellen R. A. de Bruijn},
One of the most well-known findings in human oxytocin research is its beneficial effect on "mind-reading", i.e., inferring others' mental states just from the eye region in the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test (RMET). Previous studies have partially confirmed these improvements and have further shown that they depend both on baseline social-emotional abilities and on specific item characteristics such as difficulty. Following the original design of Domes et al. (2007), the aim of the current… CONTINUE READING
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