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Human pheromones: another attempt to change the concept

October 5, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

Extension to people of the molecular biology common to all species explains how cerebral activation of hormone-secreting neurons and processes commonly attributed to individual components of the model, like genes or hormones, results in genetically predisposed phenotypic expression

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Pheromones and signature mixtures

October 11, 2010 James V. Kohl 0

Though they may indeed be a ‘receiver-side’ phenomenon, the age-related and sex-dependent differences allow non-human and human animals to distinguish male pheromones from female pheromones. Men and women respond accordingly.