PC-FACS October 2022

      Background: Facial mimicry and emotion recognition are socio-cognitive abilities involved in adaptive socio-emotional behavior.1,2 Are mu-opioid receptors (MORs; key affiliation and social bonding mediators) involved in emotional facial expression categorization and spontaneous mimicry?
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