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Human pheromones and autism spectrum disorders

It will be interesting to see how much longer it is before researchers link p53 to the diet-responsive hypothalamic gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) neurogenic niche.

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Oxytocin for everything?

Suddenly, we then have the automagical affects of oxytocin on behavior with no need for social neuroscience.

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Pheromones and the “Bruce effect” in wild or domesticated horses and primates

Nothing that I know about molecular biology indicates that epigenetic effects of non-olfactory/pheromonal stimuli directly impact the HPA axis or HPG axis of mammals, or that visual input plays a primary role in the sexual behavior of any species from microbes to man.

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Love is a receptor-mediated event: the pervasive influence of the late Robert L. Moss

The molecular biology of how nutrient chemicals calibrate the survival of individuals and how the metabolism of nutrients to pheromones that standardizes and controls species survival appears to link the nature and nurture of receptor-mediated behavioral development across species.

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How memory works

“When you see that at the cellular level, you realize that the brain can change because of experience.”

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Pheromones and falling in love (circa 1974)

I rediscovered this citation while searching for information on neural pathways that influence the secretion of gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH). That’s how mammalian pheromones influence…

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Pheromones, LH, neurogenesis, learning, memory, behavior

The prenatal migration of GnRH neurosecretory neurons allow human pheromones to effect GnRH pulsatility, which modulates the concurrent maturation of the neuroendocrine, reproductive, and central nervous systems, thus influencing the development of human reproductive sexual behavior and other behavior.

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