Being in a romantic relationship is associated with reduced gray matter density in striatum and increased subjective happiness
Hiroaki Kawamichi; Hiroaki Kawamichi; Hiroaki Kawamichi; Sho K Sugawara; Yuki H Hamano; Yuki H Hamano; Kai Makita; Masahiro Matsunaga; Hiroki C Tanabe; Yuichi Ogino; Shigeru Saito; Norihiro Sadato; Norihiro Sadato;
- Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
- Journal: Frontiers in Psychology (issn: 1664-1078)
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- Subject: Striatum | voxel-based morphometry | gray matter density | romantic relationship | subjective happiness | Psychology | BF1-990
Romantic relationship, a widespread feature of human society, is one of the most influential factors in daily life. Although stimuli related to romantic love or being in a romantic relationship commonly result in enhancement of activation or functional connectivity of t... View more
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