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[自然百科] 【整理】2009-02-28 爱情的奥秘

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What is love? And can it potentially throw our sense out of violence? New advances in medical technology mean even the mysteries of loves are becoming less mystical and more mechanical. Functional Magnetic Residence Imaging (FRMI) is a procedure that uses Magnetic Residence Imaging to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in an active part of the brain. FRMI brain scans allow positions to determine which part of the brain is handling functions such as thought, speech, movement and sensation, and now some believe this includes love. Semir Zaki, professor of neuro-esthetics at University College London has studied how our brain reacts to emotional stimulation. Zaki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.

 

“It is surprising because romantic love really is all engaging in the sense, it basically modifies our behaving, ok our ways of behaving get…we want to get dressed better, we want to look better, we want to be concerned about the person we love, so one of the fault that a very large part of the brain will be involved but it turns out there is a sort of our basically 4-5 areas that are especially active when one is in love.”

 

Zaki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties, he says romantic attachment activates regions in the brain’s rewards system, this coincides with areas rich in oxytocin and vasopressin receptors which deactivate faculties associate with negative emotions, social judgment and assessment of other people’s intentions and emotions. This, Zaki believes, explains the power of love to motivate and exhilarate.  

 

So far, Zaki has not found any evident to distinguish the way men and women are wild for love.

 

“At the level at which we are studying this, you must remember this is a very very new kind of study, because before we couldn’t say there, I mean love is a subjective state, how could you say? Now we’ve developed technology to do that, and at the level at which we are talking this used to be no difference between male and female brains, I mean the circuit that are active are very similar in both. However, I would be amazed that if with final analysis one does not find differences, I mean, there are difference the way women love and the way that men love too, there’s no doubt about that, we’ll find them in time.”

 

Psychologist Dr Linda Papalius warns the scientific studies being done by Zaki might lead to some people feeling that things that belong to the soul have become too mundane. She says love is not all done to chemicals.

 

“All of those things that kind of belong to the soul now seems to belong to the body. The truth is, it is an interaction of both. Yes those chemicals are involved making you fall in love. But so is the way your father treated you, so it’s your beliefs about yourself how much love you deserve, so are you believers of romanticism what you considered attractive or aren’t attractive. So it’s not if we throwing away all the valentine’s cards and flowers and say you spray out some hormones and that set you in love or out of love as the case may be. But what we are saying is there is a reason that you get that heartbeat. There is reason that you get that feeling with some people.”

 

But if our brain fixes us into thinking the person we love can do no wrong, the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind. What the scientists haven’t quite work out yet is exactly what makes us lose our senses when we fall in love in the first place?

 

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Activate/deactivate

Coincide with/associate with

motivate and exhilarate

spray out   

set in

mundane 

hormones

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What is love? And can it potentially throw our sense out of violence? New advances in medical technology mean even the mysteries of loves are becoming less mystical and more mechanical. Functional Magnetic Residence Imaging (FRMI) is a procedure that uses Magnetic Residence Imaging to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in an active part of the brain. FRMI brain scans allow positions to determine which part of the brain is handling critical functions such as thought, speech, movement and sensation, and now some believe this includes love. Semir Zaki, professor of neuro-esthetics at University College London has studied how our brain reacts to emotional stimulation. Zaki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.

 

“It is surprising because romantic love really is all engaging in the sense, it basically modifies our behaving, ok our ways of behaving get…we want to get dressed better, we want to look better, we want to be concerned about the person we love, so one of the fault that a very large part of the brain will be involved but it turns out there is a sort of our basically 4-5 areas that are especially active when one is in love.”

 

Zaki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties, he says romantic attachment activates regions in the brain’s rewards system, this coincides with areas rich in oxytocin and vasopressin receptors which deactivate faculties associate with negative emotions, social judgment and assessment of other people’s intentions and emotions. This, Zaki believes, explains the power of love to motivate and exhilarate.  

 

So far, Zaki has not found any evidence to distinguish the way men and women are wild for love.

 

“At the level at which we are studying this, you must remember this is a very very new kind of study, because before we couldn’t say there, I mean love is a subjective state, how could you say? Now we’ve developed technology to do that, and at the level at which we are talking this used to be no difference between male and female brains, I mean the circuit that are active are very similar in both. However, I would be amazed that if with final analysis one does not find differences, I mean, there are difference the way women love and the way that men love too, there’s no doubt about that, we’ll find them in time.”

 

Psychologist Dr Linda Papalius warns the scientific studies being done by Zaki might lead to some people feeling that things that belong to the soul have become too mundane. She says love is not all done to chemicals.

 

“All of those things that kind of belong to the soul now seems to belong to the body. The truth is, it is an interaction of both. Yes those chemicals are involved making you fall in love. But so is the way your father treated you, so it’s your beliefs about yourself how much love you deserve, so are you believers of romanticism what you considered attractive or aren’t attractive. So it’s not if we throwing away all the valentine’s cards and flowers and say you spray out some hormones and that set you in love or out of love as the case may be. But what we are saying is there is a reason that you get that heartbeat. There is reason that you get that feeling with some people.”

 

But if our brain fixes us into thinking the person we love can do no wrong, the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind. What the scientists haven’t quite work out yet is exactly what makes us lose our senses when we fall in love in the first place?

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What is love can it potentially throw our senses out of balance.new advances in medical technology mean even the mystery of love are becoming less mystical and more mechanical.functional magnetic residence imaging(fmri) is a procedure that use magnetic residence imaging to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in the active part of the brain.FMRI brain scans allow physicians to determine which part of the brain is handling critical functions.such as thought speak movement and sensation.and some believe this includes love.Semir Zeki professor of Neuroesthetics at university college of London.has studied how our brain reacts emotional stimulation.Zeki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.

 

it is surprising because the romantic love is really all engaging in the sense it basically modifies our behaving.we want to get dressed better.we want to look better.we want to we are concerned about the person we love.so one of the fault that very large parts of the brain would be involved.it turns out there is a sort of basically four or five areas they are special active when one is in love.Zeki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties.he said romantic detachment activates regions in the brain rewards system.this coincide with areas reaching oxytocin and vasopressin receptors which activate the faculties that associated with negative emotions.social judgement and assessment of other people's intentions and emotions.this Akin believe that explain the power of love to motivate and exhilarate.so far Zeki has not found any evidence to distinguish the way men and women are wired for love.

 

As the level at which we are studying and you must remember this is a very very new kind of study.because before you could almost study there .i mean love is a subjective state.how could you...now we have developed technology to do that.at the level at which we are talking. This used to be no difference between male or female brains.i mean the circuits and directives are very similar in both.however i would be amazed.if with final analysis one does not find differences i mean there are all differences in the way of women love and the way that men love too.there is no doubt about that.we find out them in time.

 

Psychologist doctor Linda Papadopoulos warns the scientific studies being done by Zeki might leave to some people feeling that thing that belongs to the soul have become too mundane.she said love is not all down to chemicals.

 

All of those things which should kind of belongs to the soul now seem to belong to the body.the truth is there is an interaction of both.yes those chemicals are involved.they make you fall in love.and so is the way your father treated you.so is your belief about yourself how much love you deserved.so are your beliefs about romanticism what you consider attractive or unattractive.so it's not if we throwing away all the valentine's cards and flowers.and saying you sprain that set you in love or out of love as the case maybe.but what we are saying is there is a reason you get that heart beat there is a reason you get that feeling with some people.but if our brain fix us into thinking that the person we love can do no wrong.the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind.what the scientist have not quiet worked out yet is exactly what makes us lose our senses when we fall in love in the first place.

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Homework

     

      What is Love? And can it potentially throw our senses out of balance? New advances in medical technology mean even the mysteries of love are becoming less mythical and more mechanical. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, FMRI, is a procedure that uses magnetic resonance imaging to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in an active part of the brain. FMRI brain scans allow physician to determine which part of the brain is handling critical functions, such as thought, speech, movement and sensation. Now some believe this includes love. Semir Zeki, professor of neuroesthetics at University College London has studied how our brain reacts to emotional stimulation. Zeki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.

 

      "It is surprising because the romantic love really is all engaging in the sense. It basically modifies our behaving, our way of behaving get…we want to get dressed better, we want to look better, we want to be concerned about the person we love. So one of the fault that large, very large parts of brain will be involved, but it turns out there is a sort of basically four or five areas that are specially active where one’s in love.”

 

      Zeki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties. He says romantic attachment activates regions in the brain’s rewards system. This coincide with areas reach an oxytocin and vasopressin receptors which the activate faculties are associated with the negative emotions, social judgement and the assessment of other people’s intentions and emotions. This, Zeki believes, explain the power of love to motivate and exhilarate. So far Zeki has not found any evidence to distinguish the way men and women are wild for love.

 

      "The level at which we are searching this, you must remember this is a very, very new kind of study. Because before we could not say there, I mean love the subjective state and how could you say? Now we’ve developed technology to do that. And the level at which we are talking is used to be no difference between male and female brains. I mean the circuits which are active are very similar in both. However, I would be amazed if with final analysis, one does not find differences, I mean, there are differences the way that women love and the way men love, too. There is no doubt about that. We will find them in time.”

 

      Psychology doctor, Linda Papadopoulos, warns the scientific studies being down by Zeki might lead to some people feeling that the things that belong to the soul have become too mundane. She says love is not all down to chemicals.

 

       "All of those things which kind of belong to the soul now seem to belong to the body. The truth is there is an interaction of both. Yes, those chemicals are involved in making you fall in love, but so is the way your father treated you. So it’s your belief about yourself how much love you deserve. So are you believers those romanticisms what you consider attractive or unattractive. So is not if we throwing away all the valentines cards and flowers and say you spray out some hormones and that set you are in love or out of love as the case may be. But we are saying is there is a reason that you get that heart beat. There is a reason that you get that feeling with some people.”

 

      But if our brain fixes us into thinking the person we love can do no wrong, the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind. But the scientists haven’t quite work out yet is exactly what makes our senses when we fall in love in the first place.

 

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What is love? And can it potentially throw our senses out of balance? New advances in medical technology mean even the mysteries of love are becoming less mystical and more mechanical. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (FMRI) is a procedure that uses Magnetic Resonance Imaging to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in an active part of the brain. FMRI brain scans allow physicians to determine which part of the brain is handling critical functions, such as thought, speech, movement and sensation. Now some believe this includes love.

 

Semir Zeki, Professor of Neuroesthetics at University College, London, has studied how our brain reacts to emotional stimulation. Zeki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.

 

"It is surprising because romantic love really is all engaging in the sense that it, it basically modifies our behaving, our way of behaving. It… We want to get dressed better. We want to look better. We want to… We are concerned about the person we love. So one would have thought that large, very large parts of the brain would be involved, but it turns out there is a sort of basically four, five areas that are especially active when one is in love."

 

Zeki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties. He says romantic attachment activates regions in the brain’s reward system. These coincide with areas rich in oxytocin and vasopressin receptors which deactivate faculties associated with negative emotions, social judgment and the assessment of other people’s intentions and emotions. This, Zeki believes, explains the power of love to motivate and exhilarate. So far, Zeki has not found any evidence to distinguish the way men and women are wired for love.

 

"At the level at which we are saying this, you must remember this is a very, very new kind of study, because before, you could not say it, I mean, love is a subjective state, how could you say? Now we have developed a technology to do that. At the level at which we are talking, there should be no differences between male and female brains. I mean, the circuits of directive are very, very similar in both. However, I would be amazed, if with final analysis, one does not find differences, I mean, there are...there are differences in the way that women love and the way that men love too. There is no doubt about that. We’ll find them in time."

 

Psychologist Dr. Linda Papadopoulos warns the scientific studies being done by Zeki might lead to some people feeling that things that belong to the soul have become too mundane. She says love is not all down to chemicals.

 

"All those things which kind of belong to the soul now seem to belong to the body. The truth is--threre is no / interaction of both. Yes, those chemicals are involved in making you fall in love, but so is the way your father treated you. So it’s your beliefs about yourself and how much love you deserve. So are you beliefs about romanticism and what you consider attractive or unattractive. So it’s not as if we are throwing away all the valentines cards and the flowers and saying you spray on some pheromones and that’s it--you are in love or out of love, as the case may be. But what we are saying is there is a reason that you get that heartbeat, there is a reason that you get that feeling with some people."

 

But if our brain tricks us into thinking the person we love can do no wrong, the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind. What the scientists haven’t quite worked out yet is exactly what makes us lose our senses when we fall in love in the first place.

 

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    What is love? And can it potentially throw our senses out of balance.New advances of medical technology mean even the mystery of love are becoming less mystical and more chemical.Functional magnetic resonance imaging(fMRI)is a procedure using magnet resonance to measure the tiny metabolic that take place in every part of the brain.fMRI brain scans allow physicians to determine which part of the brain is handling critical functions,such as thought, speech, movement and sensation.Now some believe this includes love.

 

    Semir Zeki, Professor of neuronthetics at Univ.College London, has studied how brain reacts to emotional stimulation .Zeki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.It is surprising because that romantic love really is all engaging.It basically modifies our behaving, our way of behaving, we want to get better, we want to look better, we want to concern about the person we love. So, what we thought, very large parts of the brain will be involved.But it turns out that there is a sort of basically fourfive areas that are specially active for ones in love.

 

     Zeki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties.He says romantic attachments activate regions of brains reward system. This coincides with areas rich in accitosome, and that suppresses receptors, which activate faculties associate with negative motions,social judgment and the assessment of other people's intension and emotions.This Zeki believes to explain the power of love, to motivate and accelerate.So far,Zeki has not found any evidence to distinguish the way men and women are wild for love.

 

    At the level we treat love,you must remember there is a very very new kind of study,because before, to say ,love is a subject state.Now we develop technology to do that.At the level we are talking we see that no difference between male and female brains,I mean, the circuits active are very similar in both,however,I will be amazed if *** one not to find differences,there are differences between the way men and women in love,man love too.there was doubt that.We will find them in time.

 

    Psychologist Linda Papadopoulos, warned the scientific studies being done by Zeki might lead to some people believe that things belonged to the soul have become too mundane. She says love is not all down to chemicals.All of those  things are just some kind of belonged to the soul,I don't think belonged to be body,the truth is,there's attraction of both. Yes, those chemicals are involved in behavior fall in love,so is the way your father treat you,so it is  you believe about yourself how much you love you deserve,so are you believe about romantic what you consider attractive but unattractive.So it is not throwing away all the Valentine’s cards and flowers and say you spray out some hormone,and that set you in love or out of love as the case may be.But what we are saying is that there is a reason that u get that heartbeat,there is a reason that you get that feeling with some people.

 

    If the brain treats us into thinking the person we love can do no wrong, the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind. What the scientists haven't quite worked out yet is exactly what makes us lose our senses when we fall in love in the first place.

 

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Love is so magic!

Love is so magic!

 

 

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——fiona

[ Last edited by fionainnicemood at 2009-3-11 15:49 ]
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[Homework]【整理】2009-02-28 爱情的奥秘

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What is love? And can it potentially throw our senses out of balance? New advances in medical technology mean even the mysteries of love are becoming less mystical and more mechanical. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (FMRI) is a procedure that uses Magnetic Resonance Imaging to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in the active part of the brain. FMRI brain scans allow physicians to determine which part of the brain is handling critical functions, such as thought, speech, movement and sensation. Now some believe this includes love.

Semir Zeki, professor of Neuroesthetics at University College, London, has studied how our brain reacts to emotional stimulation. Zeki was surprised to discover that love uses less of the brain than he thought.

“It is surprising because romantic love really is all engaging in the sense that it, it basically modifies our behaving, our way of behaving. It… We want to get dressed better. We want to look better. We want to…We are concerned about the person we love. So one should have thought that large, very large part of the brain would be involved, but it turns out that there is a sort of basically four, five areas that are especially active when one is in love.”

Zeki says love stimulates parts of the brain which suppress our critical faculties. He says romantic attachment activates regions in the brain’s reward system. These coincide with areas rich in oxytocin and vasopressin receptors which deactivate faculties associated with negative emotions, social judgment and the assessment of other people’s intentions and emotions. This, Zeki believes, explains the power of love to motivate and exhilarate. So far Zeki has not found any evidence to distinguish the way men and women are wired for love.

“At the level at which we are studying this, you must remember, that this is a very, very new kind of study, because before you could not say it, I mean, love is a subjective sate, how could you say? Now we develop a technology to do that. At the level at which we are talking, there seems to be no difference between male and female brains. I mean, the circuits that are active are very, very similar in both. However, I would be amazed, if with final analysis, one does not find differences. I mean, there are, there are differences in the way that women love and the way that men love too. There is no doubt about that. We will find them in time.”

Psychologist Linda Papadopoulos warns the scientific studies being done by Zeki might lead to some people feeling that things that belong to the soul have become too mundane. She says love is not all down to chemicals.

“All those kinds of things which kind of belong to the soul now seem to belong to the body. The truth is, there is an interaction of both. Yes, those chemicals are involved in making you fall in love, but so is the way your father treated you, so is your belief about yourself and how much love you deserve, so are your beliefs about romanticism and what you consider attractive or unattractive. So it’s not as if we were throwing away all the Valentine’s cards and flowers, and saying you spray on some pheromones and that’s it -- you are in love and out of love, as the case may be. But we are saying is there is a reason that you get that heartbeat, there is a reason that you get that feeling with some people.”

But if our brain tricks us into thinking the person we love can do no wrong, the poets may well be right to claim that love is blind. What the scientists haven’t quite worked out yet is exactly what makes us lose our senses when we fall in love in the first place.
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