New study by State University of New York-Stony Brook suggests the brain distinguishes the pursuit of love and sex as two separate emotions.
Brain scans taken of a small group of men and women who were to love showed that the areas of the brain associate with romance and the areas associated with sexual arousal overlap moderately.
“To our surprise, the activation regions associated with intense romantic love were mostly on the right side of the brain, while the activation regions associated with facial attractiveness were mostly on the left,” said Lucy Brown of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
The study also shows that the neural activity in the brain becomes more complex over the length of a romantic relationship, and that 40% of people rejected from a relationship tend towards depression.
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