Suppose that a neuroscientist is studying love, and she discovers that romantic

Suppose that a neuroscientist is studying love, and she discovers that romantic

Suppose that a neuroscientist is studying love, and she discovers that romantic infatuation is caused by high serotonin levels, while attachment is caused by oxytocin. Has she actually learned anything about love? More generally, what is the significance of discovering neural or hormonal correlates to particular human emotions or behavior?

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