This effect helps to explain why the odor preferences of mammals, including humans, appear to develop before birth, but it probably has nothing to do with visual input except via its association with olfactory/pheromonal input, neurogenesis, learning and memory.
Do what you like; doing it naturally…
If you don’t want to seem special to others you meet, don’t use pheromone-enhanced fragrances.
Insects serve as a model for human brain function.
Mice are mammals, which indicates that the same process is involved in humans. Mouse nose nerve cells mature after birth, allowing bonding, recognition with mother For rodent pups, bonding with mom isn't hard-wired in the womb. It develops over the ...
After the publishing of the first edition in February 2007, world-wide attention of pheromone research was particularly directed to odorant/pheromone receptors and signal transduction within odorant/pheromone sensing cells.
Love is universal. Is its universal nature a function of human pheromones? Can we please move beyond their sex attractant properties to their involvement in human behavior?
Do we fall in love at first sight? Do you cry at movies? How common misconceptions make behavior in real time less predictable.
Product sales have been virtually eliminated by the pseudoscientific nonsense touted by neo-Darwinian theorists and Big Bang cosmologists. I may revisit their ridiculous claims here, but prefer to continue moving forward via my other domains: RNA-mediated ...
Full text peer-reviewed publications about human pheromones.