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Copulins: Human pheromones effect physiology and affect social behavior

This study indicates that copulins affect males both in physiology and behavioral response.

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More bird-brained behavior

evolutionary theorists cannot, without question, make the assumption that we are primarily visual creatures. The basis for that assumption was a non-existent avian model

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Digit ratio does not predict attractiveness of body odor

Scent of Eros products make a man smell like he has a higher adult circulating testosterone level.

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Natural scent of women linked to increased testosterone and seduction

Peer-reviewed journal articles detail the effects of natural odor from women on hormone levels in men, which are linked to behavior. Pheromone-enhanced fragrance products enhance the natural odor of women and can enhance attraction.

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Human pheromones in tears automagically effect testosterone

The chemosignals in the emotional tears of women are human pheromones, probably derived from progesterone.

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Tears and fears of pheromones

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.

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Is it what he or she sees in you, or is it your pheromones?

Pheromones can make you smell like you look better!

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Human pheromones work by effecting hormones that affect behavior

Copulins are olfactory/pheromonal stimuli from women (human pheromones) that appear to condition increased testosterone and sexual arousal in men.

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Scent of a woman: Men’s Testosterone Responses to Women's Scent

human pheromones are chemicals found in our social environment that directly activate a gene-cell-tissue-organ-organ system pathway

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Earlier evidence: pheromones influence testosterone in men

this research and marketing group (see below) might have been the first to show effects of a progesteronic (luteal phase) pheromone on testosterone levels in men.

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