January 11, 2009
Women's Brains Recognize, Encode Smell Of Male Sweat

The Journal of Neuroscience finally confirms it!

See also:
- Perception
- Neuroscience News
- Functional neuroimaging
- Limbic system

A new Rice University study published in the Journal of Neuroscience found that socioemotional meanings, including sexual ones, are conveyed in human sweat.

Denise Chen, assistant professor of psychology at Rice, looked at how the brains of female volunteers processed and encoded the smell of sexual sweat from men. ... [read more]

Haven't I been saying this for years? :)

It all stems from the University of Pennsylvania study in 2003 which showed that male sweat helps reduce women's tension and regulate their menstrual periods. To read THAT study click here.

Tra la!

Vinessa • 12:16 PM •

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