Oxytocin Shapes the Neural Circuitry of Trust and Trust Adaptation in Humans

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BAUMGARTNER, Thomas, Markus HEINRICHS, Aline VONLANTHEN, Urs FISCHBACHER, Ernst FEHR, 2008. Oxytocin Shapes the Neural Circuitry of Trust and Trust Adaptation in Humans. In: Neuron. 58(4), pp. 639-650

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