Researchers: People More Likely To Tell Secrets During Post-Sex Conversation « CBS Connecticut: "The findings of a recent study indicate that people are far more likely to disclose secrets during “pillow talk,” or post-sex conversation.
According to an article that appeared in a recent edition of UConn Magazine, relationship researchers have learned why some people are inclined to feel more trusting post-coitus – and why others might still clam up.
“When individuals experience orgasm, profound physiological changes occur as a hormone called oxytocin floods their bodies,” the article, written by assistant professor Dr. Amanda Denes, indicated. “Increases in oxytocin have been linked to many pro-social behaviors – hence the hormone’s nicknames, ‘love hormone’ and ‘trust hormone.’”"
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