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Old 06-15-2013, 06:20 AM
london london is offline
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OP, recently there was a study where they reckoned that they proved that a dose of oxytocin seems to stop men in stable, monogamous relationships from cheating because these men who took oxytocin kept a larger physical distance from an attractive woman than those who didn't. Wow, right? Well the study was bullshit. On every level. Yes, they got those results but the rest of the study,ie how they went about it and how they picked people just invalidated the entire thing. It's so difficult to study relationships, there are so many different varieties etc. A study that claims to prove something like a particular relationship type is superior is more than likely flawed in it's methodology. That means the results aren't synonymous with logic at all.

Last edited by london; 06-15-2013 at 06:23 AM.
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