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American Journal of Primatology
Post-doc and Visiting Research Assistant Professor
American Society of Primatologists
Application for the ASP General Small Grant 2005
If the applicant does not know an ASP member, please contact Dr. Bales for assistance.
Emotional Health: The Darker Side of Oxytocin - The Doctor
Some might say that this is typical behavior for a human male, but it's decidedly aberrant for a prairie vole, where males rarely look for a new partner even if their mate dies.
And in one human study, oxytocin's short-term effect on men who already had a partner was to keep them further away than normal from strange women, not to encourage their advances.
If oxytocin's long-term effects are so different from its short-term impact, this poses great problems for its long-term use for any human condition.
The findings suggest that oxytocin treatments caused long-term changes in the oxytocin system, according to Dr. Bales.
Oxytocin sharpens social response in people with autism â€”
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Shannon Medical Center