Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Oxytocin in a Developing Fish Brain Determines Later Social Behavior

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This shows oxytocin and dopamine neuronsZebrafish whose brains lacked oxytocin during the first two weeks of life had impaired capacity for social interaction as they aged. Researchers also found oxytocin-producing neurons were critical for the development of dopaminergic neurons.