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The biology of love: Helen Fisher at TEDxEast

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“Who is naturally drawn to whom?”

Can your choice of mate be predicted by science? Biologist Helen Fisher profiles the four chemicals that affect personality and shows how data from online dating sites could unravel the mysteries of human attraction. (Filmed at TEDxEast)

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I LOVE HELEN FISHER.

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  1. aj5169 reblogged this from tedx and added:
    I love and respect all of Helen Fisher’s work and have followed it for years. ( haha ‘love’)
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    DN—EXPLORER/negotiator
  7. acuriouscollectionofknowledge reblogged this from tedx and added:
    I LOVE HELEN FISHER.
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  9. quarterlifethinking reblogged this from tedx and added:
    One of my favourite TEDx talks is Helen Fisher. She’s brilliant. Natural orator.
  10. nicholaj reblogged this from tedx and added:
    —- of course, i’m estrogen….
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    Happy Valentine’s day you glorified apes
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