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New human research suggests the chemical oxytocin â€” dubbed the "cuddle hormone" because of its importance in bonding between romantic partners and mothers and children â€” also influences feelings of well-being and sensitivity to advertising.
A new study suggests that a nasal spray containing oxytocin could cure shyness.
The hormone oxytocin has come under intensive study in light of emerging evidence that its release contributes to the social bonding that occurs between lovers, friends, and colleagues.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, are challenging long-held beliefs that human beings are wired to be selfish.
Researchers have discovered a genetic variation that may contribute to how empathetic a human is, and how that person reacts to stress.
A new study carried out at the University of Haifa has found that the oxytocin hormone, known as the 'love hormone,' also affects antisocial behaviors, such as envy and gloating.
Researchers at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, have demonstrated that prairie voles may be a useful model in understanding the neurochemistry of social behavior.
The sight of their infantsâ€™ smiles and tears lights up the brain reward centers of mothers who have a secure attachment to their own parent(s), said researchers from Baylor College of Medicine in a report that appears in the current issue of the journal Neuropsychopharmacology.
Increased sexual activity may lead to an improvement in problem-solving, confidence and teamwork at work, a U.S. researcher says. Dr.
DALLAS, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- According to research from Chemistry.com's chief scientific advisor Dr. Helen Fisher, success in the bedroom could lead to an upper hand in the boardroom. Dr.
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