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  1. JamesGatz

    Is low serotonin always associated with higher social status ? Throughout the animal kingdom there seems to be conflicting ideas

    I was reading through an older thread on the forum and saw a user say something along the lines of serotonergic chimpanzees being the leaders of their group ? I am not sure what to think because from what I notice in people - low-serotonin attitudes seems to always imply higher social status...
  2. P

    Micronutrient Intakes Of Wild Primates: Are Humans Different?

    Micronutrient intakes of wild primates: are humans different? - PubMed - NCBI Abstract Low micronutrient intake is implicated in a diversity of human health problems, ranging from problems associated with food insufficiency to those associated with food over-consumption. Humans are members of...
  3. haidut

    Dogs, Primates, And Maybe Even Humans Can Sense Magnetic Fields

    Ray wrote in one of his articles about Russian research showing that dogs can be used to discover underground metals. He said that this ability cannot be explained by the sense of smell but rather seems to be due to ability of dogs to perceive electromagnetic fields. This research seems to...
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