Gender moderates the effect of oxytocin on social judgments.

@article{Hoge2014GenderMT,
  title={Gender moderates the effect of oxytocin on social judgments.},
  author={Elizabeth A. Hoge and Eric D. Anderson and Elizabeth A. Lawson and Eric Bui and Laura E Fischer and Shradha D Khadge and Lisa Feldman Barrett and Naomi M Simon},
  journal={Human psychopharmacology},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={299-304}
}
OBJECTIVE The neuropeptide oxytocin is implicated in social processing, and recent research has begun to explore how gender relates to the reported effects. This study examined the effects of oxytocin on social affective perception and learning. METHODS Forty-seven male and female participants made judgments of faces during two different tasks, after being randomized to either double-blinded intranasal oxytocin or placebo. In the first task, "unseen" affective stimuli were presented in a… CONTINUE READING
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