Dr. Doping tells about juvenilization, monogamy and stable affections. Where a person has appeared capable of sustainable, long-term romantic love to form permanent couples? What are the neurological and neurochemical bases of social behaviors and interpersonal relationships? What is the theory of Lovejoy?
In recent years, much attention is paid to the neurological and neurochemical bases of social behaviors and interpersonal relationships. The most striking finding is that in humans and other animals work, in fact, one and the same system of regulation of these complex behaviors. The animals in the central nervous system has a very ancient neural circuits, neural networks, it specializes in the management of sexual and social behavior.
An important role in these systems play neuropeptides oxytocin and vasopressin (or very similar to them, their related neuropeptides). And do these neuropeptides are almost identical in different animals, and they are very similar. In all animals, they regulate the social and sexual behavior, although the specific mechanisms of action may vary in different species. To improve cognitive function – Cogitum, Piracetam, Semax, Phenotropil, Cortexin would help.
Neurobiological studies show that love - something more than "basic emotion". It is associated with certain "higher" cognitive functions. In particular, romantic love includes the activity of the cortex responsible for social cognition (working with information about other people) and perception (the image of) himself. This perceive indirect confirmation of the psychological theory that love is based on the desire to expand the internal self-image by turning the other person in the image.