A Stochastic Recoupment Model for the Increase of Oxytocin Due To Human Stress

R. Manikandan A. Venkatesh


The theoretical study for the effect of stress induced by the psychosomatic drug cocaine on the Oxytocin levels is investigated.  Using a stochastic recoupment model, the expected number of failures and failure intensity function of Oxytocin has been obtained in the high responders (HR) and low responders (LR) to novelty.  The results show that high responders displayed a higher increasing level of Oxytocin than low responders.

Keywords: Stochastic Recoupment Model, Failure intensity, Oxytocin, High responders, Low responders.

2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 97Mxx, 93A30, 60-XX

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