The Trust Molecule

The Trust Molecule

A chemical messenger called oxytocin accounts for why some people give freely of themselves and others are coldhearted louts, why some people cheat and steal and others you can trust with your life, why some husbands are more faithful than others, and why women tend to be nicer and more generous than men. In our blood and in the brain, oxytocin appears to be the chemical elixir that creates bonds of trust not just in our intimate relationships but also in our business dealings, in politics and in society at large.

via The Trust Molecule by Paul J. Zak –

By | 2012-08-17T17:54:09+00:00 April 30th, 2012|Categories: Science & Research, Society & Culture|Tags: |0 Comments

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