What is currently know about neuroendocrine regulation clearly links ecological variation to ecological adaptations manifested in morphological and behavioral phenotypes via RNA-mediated events without the […]
Human form integrates human pheromones, neuroendocrinolgy, and ethology
This study indicates that copulins affect males both in physiology and behavioral response.
Fragrance use adds to the appeal of men’s axillary odors.
“Symptoms” of well-understood brain activity are clearly established via rewards and experience-dependent conditioned preferences that depend on hormonal changes driven by the effects of odors. Food odors and social odors elicit these “symptoms” of activity