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  • 5 Jun 2020
    Sara Protasi

    Virtual Emotions in a Pandemic

    Writers, cinematographers, and philosophers have often wondered what love could look like in a virtual age. Could we fall in love with a sophisticated AI? Will there be a time in which people think that having sex in person is odd or even gross? Will the children of our children ever leave their bedroom in […]

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  • 26 May 2020
    Tina Miller

    Families, caring and COVID-19

    I’m not a regular tweeter, but on Sunday evening (10-05-20) was driven to reach for my phone as Boris Johnson signed off from his ‘keep alert’ broadcast, next-steps-in-the-pandemic, rallying call (@proftinamiller). This was because in a 14+ minute speech there was no mention of family, even as families sat in expectation, hope and lockdown, to […]

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  • 27 Feb 2019
    Helen Fisher

    Fast Sex; Slow Love – Courtship in the Digital Age

    Helen Fisher, author of 'SLOW LOVE: Courtship in the Digital Age' from 'The New Psychology of Love', 2E, edited by Sternberg & Sternberg, discusses romance and dating in the digital age.

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  • 28 Jun 2018
    Stanley O. Gaines, Jr

    How Much of You is Reflected in Your Close Relationships?

    Cambridge author Stanley Gaines, Jr. discusses how much of an influence your partner can have on your own personality.

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  • 11 Oct 2016
    Donald Trump. Photo: Greg Skidmore via Creative Commons.
    Stanley O. Gaines, Jr

    Narcissism and Romance in the Age of Trump

    A new blog post from Stanely O. Gaines, Jr. author of Personality and Close Relationship Processes.

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