Only two university studies have demonstrated behavioral affects of human pheromones.
“The Scent of Eros” appears to have played a role in the evolution of human culture.
A human pheromone that can enhance attraction most likely exists.
The influence of mammalian pheromones, including human pheromones, on behavior is becoming clearer and will continue to do so with the advent of data from the eusocial insect model of olfactory/pheromonal influences.
James V. Kohl, co-author of The Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality, which was the first book about human pheromones, comments on the book: The Great Pheromone Myth.