- Explore more great deals on 1000's of titles in our Deals in Books store.
|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Praise for Helen Fisher:
"Fascinating…. An original and uniquely contemporary approach to a sensation that, for millennia, has been considered purely emotional." —The Washington Post on Why We Love
"A thesis with startling ramifications." —The New York Times Book Review on Why We Love
"Delightful to read, offering an abundance of fascinating facts." —The New York Times on Anatomy of Love
Helen Fisher, Ph.D., one of the world’s leading experts on the nature of romantic love and attachment, is the chief scientific adviser to Chemistry.com, a division of Match.com. She is the author of four previous books, two of which—The First Sex and The Anatomy of Love—were New York Times Notable Books. A research professor of anthropology at Rutgers University, she lives in New York City.
This book was very informative.
This book, which provides the basis for Chemistry.com's matching algorithm, discusses four "love types": Explorers, Builders, Negotiators, and Directors.
This book is not what I was expecting, and maybe it's because I didn't read what this book is about before buying it.
Easily read gives lots to think about and the science is fascinating! Thanks for the good read on relationships of all kinds.Published 8 days ago by Kathleen
Good reading! Interesting and fun! It will help create a better picture of an ideal mate based on your personality traits!Published 13 days ago by Savy M Polanco
A specific approach to the variety of personality types and relationships that come out of them. I've gained the knowledge to articulate what I want and need out of my partner. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Israel Powe
This book is genius! It is right on in the information as with the data and application.Published 1 month ago by Sherrie James
I've read all her books; rarely have I been this impressed with a scientific writer. I'm a medical professional, well schooled and with years of practice, but I always learn from... Read morePublished 1 month ago by DanangDoc
A must read for anyone dating. Or want to know more about yourself.Published 2 months ago by Gilbert A. Bush
Good book. Certainly good for singles as well as married people needing insight into their relationships.Published 3 months ago by A. M. Garner-Nail
What a waste of money. She based her theories on the work of others. And, hers were just theories. Another pop psychology book.Published 3 months ago by Charles Collier