The effects of intranasal oxytocin on visual processing and socio-emotional brain regions in body dysmorphic disorder


This thesis examined how oxytocin, a brain hormone, changed the brain function in people suffering from body dysmorphic disorder; a severe and often misunderstood mental health condition. While more research is needed, the results suggest that oxytocin could be used to treat body dysmorphic disorder, by making patients more receptive to current psychological treatments.

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