Best Read Anatomy of LoveAuthor Helen Fisher For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

Anatomy of Love First published in 1992, Helen Fisher s fascinating New York Times Anatomy of Love quickly became a classic Since then, Fisher has conducted pioneering brain research on lust, romantic love, and attachment gathered data on than 80,000 people to explain why you love who you love and collected information on than 30,000 men and women on sexting, hooking up, friends with benefits, and other current trends in courtship and marriage And she presents a new, scientifically based and optimistic perspective on relationships in our digital age what she calls slow love This is a cutting edge tour de force that traces human family life from its origins in Africa over 20 million years ago to the Internet dating sites and bedrooms of today And it s got it all the copulatory gaze and other natural courting ploys the who, when, where, and why of adultery love addictions her discovery of four broad chemically based personality styles and what each seeks in romance the newest data on worldwide biologically based patterns of divorce how and why men and women think differently the real story of women, men, and power the rise and fall of the sexual double standard and what brain science tells us about how to make and keep a happy partnership. New Download Anatomy of Love by Helen Fisher For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. I am not sure where to start This book was one colossal dichotomy If Fisher had presented her evidence in a responsible manner, this would have been a 5 star book all the way So many things to love But, even though it had some of the most exciting neuroscience research on love that I have read about to date, the overreaching conclusions at which Helen Fisher arrives has rendered it a pseudoscientific book What a shame There was so much here to work with Reading this book is a lot like rea I am not sure where to start This book was one colossal dichotomy If Fisher had presented her evidence in a responsible manner, this would have been a 5 star book all the way So many things to love But, even though it had some of the most exciting neuroscience research on love that I have read about to date, the overreaching conclusions at which Helen Fisher arrives has rendered it a pseudoscientific book What a shame There was so much here t...

  2. Helen Fisher sounded so interesting years ago on a NPR interview, I made a note to read this book Took me 10 or 15 years to get to it Maybe that was the problem, although I think not Her technique is to discuss mating practices across myriad species, and meld that with statistics on human behavior OK, fair enough, although there is vast room for selection bias But after doing all that, she offers her theory with nothingthan Perhaps humans have the same impulse as the tse tse fly in Helen Fisher sounded so interesting years ago on a NPR interview, I made a note to read this book Took me 10 or 15 years to get to it Maybe that was the problem, although I...

  3. I enjoyed this book, and it definitely gave me a lot to think about in terms of the biological sociological urge to pair up and produce offspring.The main problem in this book for me was that the writer tried too hard to convince me of her point of view The book was written i...

  4. Whelp, this non fiction book essentializes gender and sex in ways I would consider highly fictional Also, I thought it was pretty poorly written and fyi didn t make it to the half way mark An interesting topic ...

  5. I picked this up on the recommendation of Rebecca Schinsky from Book Riot As a psychology major, she always seeks out smart nonfiction titles Fisher originally published this in 1992, and while I had wanted to read that edition for some time, the online dating and texting environment of modern times has made many parts obsolete In the prologue, Fisher admits that most of this book is new Quick note Don t let the length of this text put you off It s technically only 320 pages, with the las I picked this up on the recommendation of Rebecca Schinsky from Book Riot As a psychology major, she always seeks out smart nonfiction titles Fisher originally published this in 1992, and while I had wanted...

  6. I would have given this one 4 stars except that the book was written in 1994 so I had this constant nagging that some of the info may have changed in the intervening years She mostly looks back to our evolutionary past to make sense of monogamy, adultery, and divorce so I don t know how much that info has changed She also looks at present traditional soc...

  7. Me he reido much simo leyendo este libro Cuenta desde un punto de vista cient fico, los vericuetos del amor rom ntico, y se pregunta si los animales se enamoran como nosotros los humanos, o si los humanos nos inventamos todo ese cuento del enamoramiento y en realidad solo seguimos instintos como los animales.Lo que m s recuerdo es la descripci n de los comportamientos de infid...

  8. This was an interesting, if somewhat unsettling, read In all honesty, I would recommend Dr Fisher s 2006 TED talk which was very compelling and succinct over her book She s able to elaborateon the technical details of her work in Anatomy of Love, and while she never loses focus on her thesis that humans have and always will fall in love, stray, and fall in love again, the poignancy of the whole process is somehow mitigated I felt a little hollow after finishing the final chapter, a This w...

  9. Packed with fascinating information and analysis The writing is clear, organized and consistent She uses great quotes and analogies She shows incredible insight There are huge subjects and competing powers at play in this study and discussion The anthropology is given a great weight and she has obviously studied, thought and compared to draw her conclusions The book is certainly food for thought and will rattle in my brain for a long time The battle of moving humanity toward less selfis Packed with fascinating information and analysis The writing is clear, organized and consistent She uses great quotes and analogies She shows incredible insight There are huge subjects and competing...

  10. The only essential piece of history not covered in this excellent book is the development of the Kleenex.