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It's responsible for the slightly musky smell that men naturally have, and is one of the components of truffles. In an infamous experiment, three psychologists, Gustavson, Dawson and Bonett, once sprayed androstenol around half the cubicles in men's and women's toilets.
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Then the researchers recorded how often users who had a free choice of all the cubicles ie none were occupied entered the ones treated with androstenol. What they found was that men tended to avoid the androstenolised cubicles — having ventured in, they would usually back hastily out and find an androstenol-free one instead. But women apparently found the androstenolised cubicles rather congenial — even if not irresistible — and used them more often than the untreated ones.
In contrast, when the same cubicles were later sprayed with a related by-product of testosterone produced in the liver that serves very different physiological functions from androstenol, neither sex exhibited any preference.
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In an updated version of this experiment, Tamsin Saxton and her colleagues at Liverpool University applied androstadienone another of the same family of testosterone-derived steroids to the upper lips of women at a speed-dating event. In speed-dating for those of you who have yet to experience this novel form of mating market for the ultra-busy , the women sit around the room at tables and the men spend five minutes with each one in turn, moving on one place when a bell is rung.
At the end of the evening, everyone lists the names of the people he or she would like to meet again, and the organisers then exchange details for them. In this study, the androstadienone was concealed in clove oil to disguise it. To control for the effects of other odours, a third of the women had androstadienone plus clove oil, another third had just clove oil and the final third had plain water. That allowed the experimenters to separate out the effect of the clove oil substrate from the androstadienone itself.
The results could hardly have been more conclusive. The women who had received the androstadienone not only rated the men they met at the speed-dating event as more attractive than did the women in the other two groups, but they were also significantly more likely to ask to see them again. Somehow, the androstadienone acts on deeply buried brain mechanisms to create a rosier-than-reality view of the hulking brute before you. In a variation on this, Angeliki Theodoridou, Ian Penton-Voak and colleagues gave subjects either a single dose of the hormone oxytocin through a nasal spray or a placebo control that had all the same ingredients of the spray except for the oxytocin.
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