Please answer the 2 questions in different pages, one page for one question.
Question 1: The majority of the studies on the impact of oxytocin on behavior have been animal studies, yet there are some who wish to take it as a supplement to influence behavior. Are there situations where animal studies do not necessarily reflect human behavior for oxytocin, or where more research is clearly needed? (google/external research is allowed and recommended).
Question 2: While oxytocin is considered the “love hormone”, the articles presented point out that the entire process of relationships has hormonal involvement. Choosing a hormone OTHER THAN oxytocin, explain how your selected hormone might influence a relationship.
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