Brains, it seemed, have quite a bit to do with love—certainly far more than do our proverbial hearts. Translating Theory into Methodological Practice. Lots of wisdom on how the brain manifests love, hate, and other relationship-related affairs.
Dirty minds how our brains influence love sex and relationships in Cairns in hindsight I cannot tell you where my husband and I went wrong. How thin is that line between love and hate? The disintegration of my marriage was not sudden; it took years and years to circle the drain. Yet this book offers an entirely fresh approach, explaining all the ways the brain can make or break us in love.
That said, it's a damn good one and you should read it. This is a lively and funny examination of the big questions about love and sex from the perspective of the latest brain science. I was fascinated by the way researchers discover which pieces of our brains light up during all kinds of tasks - physical or mental in nature.
The end result is a reader who doesn't fully understand all the neuroscience, but understands the broad strokes, the implications, the questions that have been and can be answered and, more importantly, the questions that as of now cannot be. A drive?
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Clitorally, to be exact, until I reach orgasm. Humans have been studying the brain for centuries with mixed results. But love isn't just synapses and hormones working like a factory and dictating emotional expression.
Praise For… "A serious, informative and highly entertaining survey of the neurobiology of sexual attraction. This led to a longer front half of the book, and a smaller second half that gets into the specific studies tackling the questions posed in the GoodReads synopsis above.
By Colson Whitehead. Friend Reviews. In adition, almost all of the research mentioned confirmed things we believe already about love, and not bringing anything new to the table, certainly nothing behavioural studies haven't found. Editors and affiliations.