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I Want Her to Want Me: Where Men, Sex and Personality Meet

New research by Union College professor suggests that a man’s attachment style - a personality trait reflecting his romantic relationship tendencies - may actually influence his perceptions of whether a woman is interested in him sexually

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Valentine's Day, Heart, love, Heartbreak, Crawford, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

What Happens to Your Heart When You Are in Love? A Physician Scientist Explains

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Social & Behavioral Sciences, Relationship, Friends, Gift Givers, Consumer, Shopping, Marketing, Consumer Behavior

Why You May Skimp on Your Valentine's Day Gift

Just as people are more likely to give more to close friends than to strangers, people may be more likely to give less to close friends than to strangers if there is a mutual overall benefit for doing so. Call it altruistic selfishness. The gift-giver may see himself and a close friend as a unit—and choose the best total gift for the unit rather than for either individual. The total gift could end up including the gift purchased, a free gift, and any money saved.

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Your Brain May Be What Interests That Guy Checking You Out

Modern men increasingly value brains over beauty when choosing long-term mates.

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Find a Partner Who Marches to the Beat of Your Own Drum

Everyone marches to the beat of their own drum: From walking to talking to producing music, different people’s movements occur at different speeds. But do these differences influence coordination of group actions? The answer is yes, according to McGill University researchers. The finding has the potential to help us predict for each person how successful they will be in a group task, depending on how similar their partners are to them in their internal rhythms.

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Health Expert Offers Advice on Intelligent Flirting, Provides Dating Tips for College Students

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UF/IFAS Researcher Says Some People Are Single on Valentine’s Day and Just Fine with It

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Once you learn to take care of and nurture yourself, only then can you be in a healthy, positive relationship. And it is perfectly fine to be by yourself on Valentine’s Day – or any day of the year.

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Valentine’s Day: DePaul University Experts Discuss ‘Broken Heart Syndrome,’ Consumer Behavior, Religious Symbolism and Cinema

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Study Shows Association Among Childhood ADHD, Sex and Obesity

The incidence of childhood and adult obesity has increased significantly over the past three decades. New research shows that there is an association between obesity development during adulthood and childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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From Japan to Samoa: Understanding the Origins of Sexual Behavior

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Award-winning researcher focuses on mental health challenges facing sexual and gender minority groups.







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