Highlights from a talk by Larry Young about the brain chemistry of love.

From bonded-for-life prairie voles to human partnerships, chemistry plays a role in romantic attraction and staying with a mate. Lessons from research into the science of love may be useful for other applications in psychiatric conditions, including autism spectrum disorders.

An animated short excerpt from a presentation at the Brain Matters! conference held in Vancouver, BC in March, 2014.

Producer: National Core for Neuroethics Featuring: Larry Young
Format: Flash Date: 23/07/14
Length: 00:06:09  
Video Link:
http://youtu.be/9IAbYFRT9jY
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    Last reviewed: 5 Aug 2014

APA Reference
Kiume, S. (2014). Romantic Chemistry. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 22, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/channeln/2014/08/romantic-chemistry/

 

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