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The moral molecule

Paul J. Zak’s findings on oxytocin could have far-reaching ramifications. Initial results suggest a faulty oxytocin system may play a part in depression and Alzheimer’s disease

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The moral molecule

Paul J. Zak’s findings on oxytocin could have far-reaching ramifications. Initial results suggest a faulty oxytocin system may play a part in depression and Alzheimer’s disease

 Paul J. Zak

Paul graduated with a PhD in economics from University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) in 1994. He is an associated professor of economics at the School of Politics and Economics at Claremont Graduate University (California) with a focus on integrating neuroscience and economics into neuroeconomics. He is the founding director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies.

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