You said somatostatin inhibits secretion so that it is retained in the brain. What you are saying now is different and honestly does not make a lot of sense either way because that is just not how it works.When I find it I will. And I stated that it was secreted, but in limited area where it is then retained.
I am not making anything up here, just going with some common knowledge, at least common knowledge for people who study human behavior. People give signals without even realizing it and it is very difficult if not impossible to avoid giving those signals. People, especially infants, are very adept at interpreting those signals.My sources completely agree with me. When YOUR position is so flimsy that you have to ignore that fact, and make stuff up, it is easy to see why your position is unfounded.