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Autism Researchers Map the Brain's Social Preference Circuits

News   Jul 15, 2020 | Original story from Scripps Research Institute

 
Autism Researchers Map the Brain's Social Preference Circuits

A cross-section of a mouse brain reveals some of the regions involved in the choice between social approach and avoidance. Credit: Damon Page lab, Scripps Research Institute

 
 
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