Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Newly Discovered Node in Brain Could Expand Understanding of Dysfunctional Social Behavior

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This shows a broken statue of a headResearchers have identified a specific node in the brain of mice that regulates vocalizations in response to social situations. If a similar location could be found in the human brain, researchers say it could potentially lead to new insight into social dysfunctions associated with autism and depression.