Media et science

 

 

L’efficacité et l’effet des phéromones ont été beaucoup débattus dans la presse nationale et internationale, par exemple, dans Carp, Discovery, Dateline, Penthouse, Playboy, Chic, Swank, Vogue, Omni, der Stern, die Berliner Zeitung, National Geographic, the Berliner Morgenpost, McCall´s Magazine, CNN, die Deutschen Apotheker-Zeitung, Max, Facts, Bild, présentations televisées, magazines et journaux dans le monde entier, ainsi que dans plusieurs revues médico-scientifiques.

 

 

Cliquez sur les références suivantes pour lire les publications de media internationaux reputés:

 

LeDevoir.com : L'odeur de l'amour

BBC News: Secrets of human attraction

National Geographic : Les femmes lesbiennes répondent different aux “phéromones humaines”

CNN: Study finds proof that humans react to pheromones.

CNN : Pheromones: Potential participants in your sex life.

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Phéromones humaines et la science; les phéromones dans la recherche et articles scientifiques.

 

Brain activity is influenced by chemical signals undetectable as odors

Physical proof that pheromones work at the system level of humans

The functionality of the human vomeronasal organ (VNO): evidence for steroid receptors.

The vomeronasal organ.

A putative pheromone receptor gene expressed in human olfactory mucosa.

Battle of odors: significance of pheromones for human reproduction.

Jacobson's Organ and the Sixth Sense.

Sixth Sense: The Vomeronasal Organ.

Smelling of odorous sex hormone-like compounds causes sex-differentiated hypothalamic activations in humans.
Sensitivity to androstenone in female subjects is associated with an altered brain response to male body odor.

Positive relationship between menstrual synchrony and ability to smell 5alpha-androst-16-en-3alpha-ol.

Blind smell: brain activation induced by an undetected air-borne chemical.

16-Ene-steroids in the human testis.

Human Pheromones: "Integrating Neuroendocrinology and Ethology".

Pheromones in male perspiration reduce women's tension, alter hormone response.