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A Neuroscience Love Song

Video   Feb 14, 2018 | Original Video from NPR's Skunkbear

 

Happy Valentine's Day! Here’s a musical look at your brain on love from NPR's Skunk Bear

This song explores a few of the changes that have been observed in our brains and bodies when we are in love - but it is important to remember that no individual chemical or brain region is solely responsible for our emotions. Our minds are incredibly complicated, and neurotransmitters like dopamine play a host of different roles. There’s so much more to learn.

Not feeling the love? Read: How to heal a broken heart -with science



 
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