Oxytocin And Sexual Behavior

October 13, 2014 7:03 AM

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According to a new study published in the journal Cell, specific neurons sensitive to the oxytocin hormone play a major role in controlling sexual behavior. In fact, previous research revealed that oxytocin played a part in human sexual stimulus and relations.

Frequently referred to as the “love hormone”, this new research confirms and solidifies past studies. The new study was conducted by a group of researchers New York. The specific neurons under scrutiny are reportedly located in the prefrontal cortex which is the area responsible for controlling lear...

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