Yet here we find no such admissions of female culpability in the sorry state of the species.
You can say the number to me but it sometimes just doesn't register until I see in down on paper and have it visually in my head.
Moreover she is not part of the graduate faculty; rather she only holds a researcher's post at Rutgers.
I first tried to review this in the form of a satire, but satire is hard to do effectively without great misunderstandings and I am not good at it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cream-Colored Cookie
I got this book for my daughter but decided to read it myself first.
I have read several other books by Helen Fisher and always found her to be a interesting and... Read more
What rubbish! Men are right-brained,left
brained, half-brained,competitive,wooing,emotional,sensitive,secretive- men will be whatever they have to be in order to find a mate. Read more
I think the majority of these reviewers are reading the book with the intent to be offended. Fisher never argues that one sex is better than the other, simply that we are different... Read morePublished on April 15, 2009 by M. Honeck
I am amused by the backlash coming from predominantly males, and is it a surprise? Fisher's book touches a nerve - and deeply for those whom it threatens most - the male of the... Read morePublished on July 19, 2007 by Shan Tastic
In response to the reviewer below that is alleging people were being "abusive" to Fisher, I think he didnt read the book. Read morePublished on January 30, 2006 by Warren
It should be kept in mind that Helen Fisher is an anthropologist-not a neuroscientist. Moreover she is not part of the graduate faculty; rather she only holds a researcher's post... Read morePublished on June 3, 2005 by Ethan
When I was a second year graduate student, I remember this book being recommend in the Editors Recommend section of Scientific American. Read morePublished on May 14, 2005 by Dave