…pheromones associated with the testosterone levels of men affect women’s level of attraction and men’s sexual success. This substantiates my formulation of human pheromone-enhanced fragrance products for men.
I’ve culled these comments from wikipedia as a means to collect some of my thoughts. If ever I can determine how to get permission to edit the wikipedia pages, I will update the information there.
Scientists cannot understand sexual differentiation of the brain and body without some understanding of molecular biology. It’s not about hormones and critical periods; it’s about genes and epigenetic influences.
Pheromones effect hormones, like testosterone. Pheromones affect behavior by causing changes in hormones. The effect of pheromones on hormones and their affect on behavior begins at birth.
Product comparison of exposure to affect time: Scent of Eros: 15 minutes; Athena product: 8 weeks; Oxytocin product: no data
“…pheromones condition sexual arousal to occur in the presence of other sensory input…”
“…[We] continue to hope consumers will gradually become better informed and make purchases, if any, based on science…”
See the short video clip.
Dr. Richard L Doty misrepresents the truth about pheromones as he redefines the term in an attempt to convince others that mammalian pheromones do not exist. The truth is that no sensory stimulus from the social environment (e.g, an environment containing other members of the same species) determines anything about mammalian behavior in an invariant way.