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Numerous studies have demonstrated that oxytocin (OT), a peptide hormone, plays an important role in regulating mammalian social behaviors, linking it to social affiliation in parent-infant attachment, romantic and filial relationships, and other prosocial behaviors, such as trust and cooperation.
Yuri Rassovsky, Anna Harwood, Orna Zagoory-Sharon & Ruth Feldman , Scientific Reports,
Nature Scientific Reports
Herut Uzan, et al., Nature Scientific Reports, Volume 9, Article number: 11558,
Augmented manipulation ability in humans with six-fingered hands
C. Mehring, et al., Nature Communications, Volume 10, Article number: 2401,
Frontiers in neuroscience
Yaeli Lev-Vachnish, et al., Frontiers in neuroscience, Volume 13, Article 403,
CVPR
Yuval Atzmon, Gal Chechik, 2019 Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition,
jov
Amit Regev Krugwasser, Eiran V. Harel, Roy Salomon, Journal of Vision,
The boundaries of the self: The sense of agency across different sensorimotor aspects
Amit Regev Krugwasser, Eiran V. Harel, Roy Salomon, Journal of Vision, Volume 19, Issue 4, Pages 1-11,
frontiers
Yuri Rassovsky, Tali Alfassi, Frontiers in Psychology, Volume 9, Article 2747,
Clinical Neurophysiology
Noam Zilberman, et al., Clinical Neurophysiology, Volume 129, Issue 11, Pages 2228-2238,
NeurIPS
Roei Herzig, et al., Thirty-second Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS),