April 1, 2014 Volume 7 The Moderating Role of Oxytocin in the Relationship between Intergroup Bias and Disgust V7_A7 DOWNOALD HERE Share
The study on the moderating role of oxytocin in the relationship between intergroup bias and disgust, published in JIRIRI, sheds light on the biological basis of our emotions towards different groups. It highlights the potential of oxytocin as a tool to decrease negative emotions and promote inclusivity. The findings are crucial in understanding the neurobiology of social behavior and could have practical implications for improving intergroup relations. Overall, this study offers a valuable contribution to the field of social neuroscience.