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Thursday, June 02, 2005

Trust me..it's just money

Washington Post staff writer Shankar Vedantam explained in "Hormone Spray Is Found To Bolster Trust in Others." about a recent experiment using oxytocin. In testing, subjects administered the nasal spray were much more likely to entrust others with their money than subjects not administered the spray. Said one scientist,
"I am more alarmed about the manipulations of marketing than the possibility of oxytocin sprays."
P.S. if you took part in the study, give me a call, I've got a hot tip for you.

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