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    Default Phero effects on certain behavioral contexts

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    human sex-steroid derived compounds modulates mood, memory and autonomic nervous system function in specific

    behavioral contexts.

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    Interesting, the a-1 and estra only

    seemed to have an affect when environmental stimuli was present.

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    It makes sense though.

    This

    *might* be enough to say with some degree of certainty that this proves that wearing pheros and not providing a

    sutable emotional/behavioral context will get only minimal results.

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    Well that was only a-1, so it can't

    be said for all pheromones.

    But I think it makes sense for A-1. If it improves focus as other studies have

    indicated, it would seem to amplify the mood of a given situation.

    I haven't tested my stuff enough yet.

    Why? Probably because I didn't see immediate reactions . No wonder.

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    Perhaps, it's not the easies

    topic to think about because: -none (in general) makes users more aggressive anyway, and -nol makes us more

    chatty/sociable.

    However, this study does cast some doubt over any sort of conditioning with A1. On first glance

    it appears to enhance erotic experiences (which is hard to quantify in the real world), and reduce the effects of

    sad/depressing things happening.

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    Given that it activates the VNO,

    conditioning obviously wouldn't need to occur, like say for instance -none it might.

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    Very interesting and

    significant study. This one is good for the research section.

    It shows that although those pheromones weren't

    enough by themselves to achieve their natural function, they could have their effects given appropriate external

    situations.

    This may well be due to the fact that those -particular mones work in the brain on a neuronal

    level, a path cemented by VNO involvement. Therefore, conditions in the brain would have to be favorable for them to

    work. Conditions in the brain, of course, respond to the whole context the subjects perceive themselves to be in.



    This also finally supports what we've always known about A1: It can and does enhance sexuality for women

    when around a man wearing it.

    BTW, whoever says anecdotal information and single case studies are "useless" is

    just wrong. Having this kind of information has successfully kept us far ahead of the research in countless crucial

    areas here (The function of none is the most prominent example. Researchers still haven't caught on to this

    one!).

    The study also indirectly supports the bigger theoretical picture I sketched several days ago (in one of

    Bobby's research threads where A1 was mentioned) suggesting A1 is a core pheromone due to it's brain/neuronal

    function.

    Finally, it suggests, as you all have duly noted, that creating context is crucial in romantic/sexual

    endeavors. This includes using other pheromones that contribute to the desired context, such as -none and

    -nol.
    DrSmellThis (creator of P H E R O S)

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    It's almost like A-1 is a doorman to

    a woman's mind/emotion, no?

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