Neurotransmitter-of-the-month oxytocin could play role in parenting behavior

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Dutch researchers published a study that suggests our genes may determine our parenting behavior. They found a correlation between nurturing behaviors and particular genetic variations. The finding highlights the role of serotonin and oxytocin in healthy human relationships.Guest: Jonah Lehrer, science writer and Radio Lab contributing editor, in Los Angeles.