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Science Bulletins: Rare Disorder Sheds Light on Sociability

Ongoing studies of people with a rare congenital disorder called Williams Syndrome are revealing the genetic basis and brain activity behind their striking lack of social anxiety. The work, conducted by Karen Faith Berman and colleagues at the National Institute of Mental Health, is helping to unravel the complex biological influences on human social behavior.
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