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"Fascinating…. You may already have your dream lover, but you’ll want to read this for the many insights on the science of love."—The Boston Globe
"Why Him? Why Her? examines how brain chemistry determines temperament and temperament dictates whom we love…. [Fisher offers] a giddy, romantic notion, well worth considering."—Los Angeles Times
"In times of upheaval, nothing offers safe harbor like science. That’s where Helen Fisher comes in…. Her research led her inside the biological mechanisms of mate choice."—TIME magazine
Helen Fisher, PhD, is a research professor of anthropology at Rutgers University, and the bestselling author of four previous books, two of which—The First Sex and Anatomy of Love—were New York Times Notable Books. She is Scientific Adviser to Chemistry.com (a division of Match.com) and lives in New York City.
I love Helen Fisher, I've followed her speeches and got to know her while reading Why We Love and this new book did not disappoint. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Patricia Guerrero
This book, to me, goes beyond trying to understand potential mates. It is a wonderful work written to understand yourself and others, it is powerful because it is knowing, and as... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ana Luisa Yau
Great book telling about personality types based on what chemical is most active in a person's brain. Read morePublished 10 days ago by C S
So many ahhhh, haaaaa moments when science explains the law of attraction. I'm not only learning about my marriage but also learning about: myself, my mother, my siblings, my... Read morePublished 10 days ago by DebMcDonald
Assumptions are based upon a broad base of respondents, not clear how much evidence supports her tenants, but it does seem possible. See for yourself.Published 10 days ago by jill shinno
Remarkably unscientific for Helen Fisher and really not helpful. To point to broad personality traits and attribute them to complex and not fully understood neurotransmitters is a... Read morePublished 21 days ago by tobymugg
Fisher explains in clear, accessible English her theories about why we love whom we love. She places people into four primary personality types, explains what makes them tick, who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by William Beck
Seriously, this book changed the way I look at people. Not only my partners, my coworkers, my family. It is a must read undoubtedly. 100% recommendedPublished 1 month ago by Juan Diego Rodriguez