The existence of love is the source of much debate -- among members of society as well as the science community. Find out what we know about the possibility, likelihood and effects of that thing called love.
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Despite the heartache that often accompanies love, we can't help wanting it and rejoicing when it works. Are we hard-wired to fall in love or are we just responding to societal pressure?
By Alia Hoyt
Love or Lust? Many people believe in love at first sight, but little research has been on this. A new study set out to find whether love at first sight really exists.
By Alia Hoyt
Some mammals mate and reproduce at a specific time of year, but not humans. (Spring break notwithstanding, of course.)
Humans are low-virginity, high-reproduction animals. Some of us go our whole lives with no action, either by choice or circumstance. How many people never have sex?
Are you usually a Valentine's Day naysayer? Read on to learn about why you should give this day of love a second chance!
The eyes are more than the "windows to the soul"; they may help broadcast our sexual arousal patterns as well. What do changes in pupil dilation have to do with it?
Most people's first kiss is a memorable experience -- for better or for worse. Read some fellow readers' stories of their first kisses.
It helps to consider all three stages of love when determining if you have the real thing. Learn about the different stages of love to help you decide whether he or she is 'the one.'
So how can you tell if it's love or lust? Anthropology professor Helen Fisher provides the developmental perspective.