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Many people describe love as something you just have to learn to recognize when it happens. If you need a little help in that department, here are 15 telltale effects to look for. Your brain on love When you think of love, your heart might be the first organ that comes to mind. The brain changes triggered by love certainly affect your mood and behavior when these feelings are new, but some effects linger long past the first blush of love, continuing to strengthen your commitment over time. Euphoria That giddy, euphoric excitement you feel when spending time with the person you love or seeing them across the room, or hearing their name? You can trace this entirely normal effect of falling in love back to the neurotransmitter dopamine. Researchers believe this cycle plays an important part in mating behavior.