The Science of GratitudeBrainomics Issue 1Open Printable PDFWhen was the last time you expressed gratitude to your teams at work? If the answer is a while ago, or not too often, you might be leaving money on the table. Beyond the feel-good impact on corporate culture of something as simple as gratitude, the Brainomics team is struck by the potential economic benefits. Neuroscience teaches us that gratitude increases both oxytocin and dopamine production, enhancing mood, motivation, and pro-social behaviors. And it works for both the giver and receiver of gratitude.How does this flow through to better economics at an organizational level?