SCIENCE OF LOVE AND BETRAYAL


SCIENCE OF LOVE AND BETRAYAL

ROBIN DUNBAR    Book Number: 76520    Product format: Paperback

The kind of besottedness that we associate with romantic love can be both intense and, compared to mate attraction in other animals, relatively long-lasting. Falling in love is one of the strangest things we can do, and one of the things that makes us uniquely human. But why do we kiss each other, forget our friends, seek a 'good sense of humour' or try and sometimes fail to be monogamous? How are our romantic relationships different from relationships with family, friends or even God? Fascinating, witty and accessible, this sparkling exploration of the extraordinary nature of romantic love is based on cutting-edge scientific research. Did you know that Eskimos don't rub noses, they are breathing in each other's smell? Symmetrical men and women are more fertile. When you kiss, you are testing the health of a prospective lover. The most dangerous point in a relationship is three years in. Two-thirds of men are faithful. Your partner is likely to resemble your parent of the opposite sex. 309pp in paperback.
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ISBN 9780571253449
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very informative ,
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