Release 13 Sept 2012.
A government official has an affair; a mother attacks another parent in defense of a child; a friend seems to lose all common sense around an attractive guy or girl. Why does love make us do crazy things? Science finally has the answer.
In THE CHEMISTRY BETWEEN US: Love, Sex and the Science of Attraction (Sept. 13) neuroscientist Larry Young, Ph.D. and journalist Brian Alexander present the latest research in social neuroscience, explaining why love and lust are such strong catalysts for bizarre changes in personality and behavior.
Drawing on human stories and cutting-edge research from around the world, Young and Alexander explain the fascinating science behind questions such as:
The behaviors that govern our lives – physical attraction, jealousy, infidelity, mother-infant bonding – are finally teased out of the fog of mystery in THE CHEMISTRY BETWEEN US.
For more information and an excerpt, please visit www.thechemistrybetweenus.com.