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Dirty Minds

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Kayt Sukel

When people typically consider concepts of love, commitment, and sex, they often view them through the perspective of romance and poetic expression. Nevertheless, these subjects can also be analyzed scientifically, yielding significant insights. Indeed, our brain and physiological responses offer valuable information about feelings of attachment, affection and romance, and there remains much more to uncover in this field.

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hashtagneuroscience
hashtagrelationships
hashtagsexuality
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Dirty Minds explores the influence of our minds on our relationships, including how we perceive love and sex. Using neuroscience, these bites outline the most profound aspects of human connections, from how we attract others to how we feel committed.

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When people typically consider concepts of love, commitment, and sex, they often view them through the perspective of romance and poetic expression. Nevertheless, these subjects can also be analyzed scientifically, yielding significant insights. Indeed, our brain and physiological responses offer valuable information about feelings of attachment, affection and romance, and there remains much more to uncover in this field.

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The study of our minds has been a complex subject for centuries.

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Romantic feelings and actions are influenced by dopamine.

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The exact mechanism of sex hormones remains a mystery.

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The neurobiology of attraction does not provide a definitive explanation for why certain stimuli are attractive.

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It's known that monogamy is regulated by hormones in rodents, but how it works in humans has not been fully answered.

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