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Drugs on Responses to Brain and Emotional Processes

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Effects of Drugs on Responses to Brain and Emotional Processes

To study the effects of a psychostimulant on responses to affective touch in individuals with a range of autistic traits

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Drug - MDMA

Participants will be given 1.5mg/kg of MDMA

Drug - Placebo oral tablet

Participants will be given a placebo capsule that will only contain lactose.

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Effects of MDMA on Responses to Affective Touch in Individuals With a Range of Autistic Traits

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NCT04053036

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