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A lesser role for olfaction and pheromones in humans?

There is no scientific support for statements about brain size and complexity that challenge the known importance either of food odors or of social odors to mammalian behavior.

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Study results: Human pheromones influence human behavior

Our mixture characterizes species-specific human pheromones, their epigenetic effects on physiology, and their affect on behavior.

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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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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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