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Oxytocin Increases the Willingness to Socially Share One’s Emotions

Bibliographic reference Lane, Anthony ; Luminet, Olivier ; Rimé, Bernard ; Gross, James J. ; de Timary, Philippe ; et. al. Oxytocin Increases the Willingness to Socially Share One’s Emotions. In: International Journal of Psychology, Vol. 48, no. 4, p. 676-81 (2012)
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