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The moral molecule : the source of love and prosperity

Author: Paul J Zak
Publisher: New York : Dutton, ©2013.
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A founding neuroeconomics researcher identifies the role of oxytocin in shaping human behavior and relationships, tracing his work throughout the world to explain what his findings reveal about the origins of basic human qualities.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul J Zak
ISBN: 9780525952817 0525952810
OCLC Number: 751249365
Description: xiv, 269 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The trust game: from short cons to the wealth of nations --
Lobsters in love: the evolution of trust --
Feeling oxytocin: the circuit that brings us home --
Bad boys: the complications of gender --
The disconnected: victims of abuse, bad genes, and bad ideas --
Where sex touches religion: stepping outside the self --
Moral markets: liquid trust and why greed isn't good --
A long and happy life: mimes creating bottom-up democracy.
Responsibility: Paul Zak.

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A founding neuroeconomics researcher identifies the role of oxytocin in shaping human behavior and relationships, tracing his work throughout the world to explain what his findings reveal about the origins of basic human qualities.

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