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. 2018 Feb 23;6(4):664-668.
doi: 10.1002/ccr3.1348. eCollection 2018 Apr.

Human Appeasing Pheromone (HAP) Influence on Behavior and Psychopathological Residual Symptoms of Patients With Complex Psychiatric Disorders

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Human Appeasing Pheromone (HAP) Influence on Behavior and Psychopathological Residual Symptoms of Patients With Complex Psychiatric Disorders

Armando Piccinni et al. Clin Case Rep. .
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Abstract

This article is a case-report series showing the effectiveness of a three-month exposure to a synthetic analogue of Human Appeasing Pheromone as add-on strategy to psychopharmacological treatment on behavioral and residual symptoms of three patients suffering from severe psychiatric disorders with complex clinical pictures.

Keywords: Autism spectrum disorders; Human Appeasing Pheromone; bipolar disorders; obsessive‐compulsive symptoms; pheromones; psychiatric disorders; separation anxiety; social anxiety.

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