In article <33CB954A.2A13 at geocities.com>, kim/kev <kim/kev at geocities.com> wrote:
> Have you looked into research and hypotheses about the role of oxytocin
> in pair-bonding? There are a couple of chapters by Carter that deal
> with hormones and neuroendocrine processes in human and other animals in
>> <Behavioral Endocrinology> (1992) edited by Becker, Breedlove, and
> Crews; and published by MIT Press Cambridge.
And don't forget the role of norepinephrine in olfactory learning, which
has been shown by Kendrick and Keverne to be important for pair-bonding in
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