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This is a discussion on Oxytocin's Fingerprint in Personality Traits and Regional Brain Volume within the Science and Technology forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; More cuddles - more extroversion? Dam son. It's also worth mentioning that happiness is basically trait extroversion (in the big ...

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    More cuddles - more extroversion? Dam son. It's also worth mentioning that happiness is basically trait extroversion (in the big five) minus trait neuroticism. So that would mean more oxytocin, more happiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinniebob View Post
    it affects me oddly
    almost like a natural chemical that is lacking
    I sleep 8 hours soundly
    wake up feeling energized
    and makes me very social
    I can now talk to several people at once





    all ''oxy'' Pharma products are opioid based
    FYI, oxytocin is not an opoid. There is more than one thing in life that starts with oxy

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    Given the findings that psychopaths have increased activity in the right amygdala and right hippocampus, I've often thought that it would be a worthwhile experiment to administer oxytocin to psychopaths. This would be the easiest to carry out in a forensic setting where there's usually a good percentage of them in the population. I'm actually surprised some PhD psychology graduate student hasn't already thought of it.
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