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Our brains at work: The neuroscience of office culture (access required)

The last time I considered the hormone oxytocin was when I was a new mother. Often referred to as the “cuddle hormone,” oxytocin is produced in the base of the brain, where the pituitary gland releases the hormone in response to environmental triggers. It’s particularly important during childbirth and helps promote mother-child bonding. But oxytocin isn’t ...

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