Oxytocin gene and human sociability

In a series of genetic, behavioral, and neuroimaging experiments involving 129 people ages 18-35, researchers report that DNA methylation of OXT, the structural gene for the neuropeptide oxytocin, may be linked to measures of sociability in humans, findings that may provide insights into genetic and evolutionary influences on human sociability. - Read at PNAS.org

Article #16-02809: “Epigenetic modification of OXT and human sociability,” by Brian W. Haas et al.