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Can Oxytocin Improve Fidelity Within Relationships?

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Post Can Oxytocin Improve Fidelity Within Relationships?

(Psych Central News) To read the news lately, certain folks in the U.S. military, the CIA and Congress should probably pay attention to new research that suggests the hormone oxytocin may promote fidelity within monogamous relationships. According to new research found in The Journal of Neuroscience, the hormone oxytocin can help men in committed relationships choose to keep [...]

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