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Donald Trump needs oxytocin accelerator.

Donald Trump needs oxytocin accelerator. March 04, 2017 In a recent presidential campaign speech, a highly respected man took a moment to speak to the country about empathy, specifically why we need to empathize with each other more. He did so because when it comes to fundamental manners, political protocol

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Equals and Oxytocin

Equals and Oxytocin March 04, 2017 I recently saw a fascinating movie entitled Equals staring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult. It was produced by that master of Neo-noir Ridley Scott (Alien, Gladiator, Thelma and Louise . . .) so it had a great look and feel; very slick, very visual, and very

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Is Artificial Intelligence Appealing to Your Oxytocin?

Is Artificial Intelligence Appealing to Your Oxytocin? November 24, 2016 Can artificial intelligence dupe you out of your phone number? Your social security number? Your mother’s maiden name? Your money? The quick answer is YES. Criminal programmers are actively whipping up A.I. algorithms capable of mimicking human voices that sound

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If you were a movie, would you be . . .

If you were a movie, would you be . . . October 25, 2016 If you were a movie would you be a humanist western, a flickering story of cowboys and Indians galloping back and forth, committing actions that can’t be undone, using harsh words that cannot be forgotten, spilling

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Artificial Intelligence Empathy and Oxytocin

Artificial Intelligence Empathy and Oxytocin September 28, 2016 Oxytocin is a transactional hormone. Its job is to make split second evaluations about people we interface with. It does so through every sense available to us; our eyes, ears, touch, and smell . . . Will we ever be able to

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Oxytocin, Colin Kaepernick and Patriotism

Oxytocin, Colin Kaepernick and Patriotism September 13, 2016 Colin Kaepernick wears cops as pigs socks and refuses to stand for the national anthem! Ask ten people what their idea of patriotism is and you will get ten different answers based on a singular fundamental truth. Patriotism is a way to

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Olympic Velodrome Cycling & Oxytocin Exceptionalism

Olympic Velodrome Cycling & Oxytocin Exceptionalism August 22, 2016 Ambitious cycledrome riders strive in their souls for perfect team syncopation with three other cyclorama champions gyrating round and round on a banked curve looping perilously close to wipeout, for victory. You are, with no breaks, at all times perilously close

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My Oxytocin Experience

My Oxytocin Experience August 18, 2016 Dear HBC, I am a 25 year old man. Let’s backup. Apparently, I exhibited what my parents perceived as gay mannerisms because they shipped me off to military school when I was five years old. They were right. I was and still am gay,

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Olympics, Oxytocin and the Psychology of Team Sports Warfare

Olympics, Oxytocin and the Psychology of Team Sports Warfare August 09, 2016 When it comes to team performance, testosterone may be the power force to winning but it is the oxytocin hormone which is the head coaches’ number two assistant. Let’s call this assistant Coach Oxytocin. Coach Oxytocin’s role is

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Obama, Oxytocin, Olympic Ideology

Obama, Oxytocin, Olympic Ideology August 09, 2016 President Barak Obama took a moment to talk to David Feherty host of the Golf Channel about the larger value of the Olympic spirit for athletes and fans around the world. “The Olympic ideal of every country sending its best men and women

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