I am very interested in human behavior as it relates to human proximity. Such as how the neurochemicals and electromagnetic fields (?) of two humans is close proximity effect each other...anyone know of such research. Particularly when you examine human relationships and you have an individual who's very personality changes in the presence of another. I'm not referring to changing behaviors to fit the situation, to impress or seduce. But as in when one may behave in a certain way when in the presence of a particular individual, seemingly natural responses, and ask themselves "Why am I behaving/feeling/thinking this way?" What is happening neurochemically and physiologically that is entirely responsive to the mere presence of another individual?? Studies have shown brain reactions in the individuals viewing photos of an individual they are infatuated with. Also shown is the bonding (particularly with women) that occurs due to the neuro chemicals released during orgasm. How is this applied more broadly and more subtly??