Better living through chemistry. That old phrase may have a new meaning for a new time. What if men could use a nasal spray to increase their sense of empathy and gain a better awareness of social cues from others? Writing in the Journal of Neuroscience, a team of German, British, and American researchers examined the female hormone oxytocin’s affect on learning and empathy in men. They concluded that the drug may create better “socially reinforced learning and emotional empathy in men”—bringing them at least to the level of the average woman.
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