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Dr. Carl Peoples attended the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and received a B. A. in chemistry and his DDS in and , respectively. In , he. “I love being a dentist because I truly love people. I enjoy meeting them and listening to their stories. Just interacting with people is rewarding and fulfilling. The American academic Paul Zak is renowned among his colleagues for two things that he does to people disconcertingly soon after meeting.
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What counts is being trusted: Economists tend to pride themselves on being hardheaded realists: Perhaps ironically, religions tend to share a similar view: Zak himself was raised in a staunch Catholic household: Yet the fact that natural selection has given us oxytocin — a mechanism that allows us to be instinctively trusting and kind — suggests that what most of us think of as "moral" is, in fact, part of how we have evolved to be.
But to be able to do that, we have to have something in our heads that says: Zak's earlier work had established that trust is a crucial precondition for economic prosperity to conduct transactions, you have to be able to trust others but also a result of it once you're no longer fighting for basic subsistence, you can afford to trust more. Now, he had located the biological mechanism through which this all worked. The Golden Rule — treat others as you'd like to be treated — is, Zak writes, "a lesson that the body already knows".
From that follows … well, everything.
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Sam Harris's recent book, The Moral Landscape: Moreover, it is unclear what Zak means when he says oxytocin, or the lack of it, "makes" us good or evil. This is the same problem as with news reports about scientists discovering the part of the brain "responsible for" risk-taking, or greed, or a belief in God: Still, none of that undermines the most potent aspect of Zak's work, which is the pragmatic one. If oxytocin is the mechanism through which moral action takes place, that holds out the possibility — a cause of either optimism or alarm, depending on how you look at it — that by manipulating oxytocin, we might boost the levels of trust, generosity, and ultimately happiness in ourselves and the world at large.
It took Zak two years of wrangling with the US Food and Drug Administration and university ethics panels to gain approval to use oxytocin inhalers on experimental subjects. In the meantime, he got around the restriction by experimenting on himself, under the watchful eye of his wife, a practising neurologist.
But while the red tape was convoluted, the eventual conclusions were not: All of which would seem to raise some troubling questions: A company called Vero Labs already markets an oxytocin spray it calls "Liquid Trust", aimed both at salespeople and single men on the prowl.
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But Zak waves the matter away: To make you feel good," by provoking the release of oxytocin. Meanwhile, Zak says, we should all be doing more to boost oxytocin in benign ways.
He recommends a minimum of eight hugs a day pets count, too ; massage and even soppy movies seem to work: Interactions on Twitter and Facebook seem to lead to oxytocin spikes, offering a powerful retort to the argument that social media is killing real human interaction: The political implications are a little unclear: I enjoy meeting them and listening to their stories.
Just interacting with people is rewarding and fulfilling.
Lucky for me, this reward is also my purpose as a dental caregiver: As the owner of Pearl Dental Associates, I am more enthusiastic than ever in my pursuit of excellent workmanship and top-quality care. And people are the reason. What I do for you is precisely what I would do for my family member.
I am committed to making your dental treatment more pleasant than you ever thought possible. This means caring about you, interacting with you honestly and openly, making your care enjoyable, and always striving to provide excellent results.
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Salem, keep reading below: Salem is actually the first person in her family to attend college, and she quickly learned during her pre-med years that she had a drive for helping patients and catering treatment to the individual. Everyone deserves to have healthy teeth and the dedicated, compassionate education it takes to reach that point. After being a stay-at-home mom for several years and raising five children, she returned to school to complete her advanced training and additionally discovered that she was exceptionally passionate about specialty dentistry after completing endodontic and implant courses, as well as the latest developments in dental technology.