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Love. Biological or Cultural?

Love. Biological or Cultural?

Many would say that love is one of the most important human emotions. Although it’s one of the most studied behaviors, it’s the least understood. There’s much debate whether love is a biological or cultural phenomenon.

It’s most likely driven and motivated by both biological and cultural influences. Although hormones and biology are important, the way we express and experience love individually, also plays a role about our personal ideas of love.


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