Science and Lust

Science and Lust

by Rebecca Coffey

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Overview

In twelve lively essays by award-winning science journalist Rebecca Coffey, SCIENCE & LUST answers questions you never thought to ask.

How did kissing and romantic love evolve in humans? What do rats in polyester pants have to do with human sexuality? Are the wives of tall men really happier? Why do women prefer men in (or near) red? What are the telltale signs of the female narcissist? What are some science tips for building sex appeal? Are extramarital affairs really dangerous to a man’s health? And is it true that women can’t always tell when they’re sexually aroused

Coffey’s journalism has been featured in The Chicago Tribune, The Seattle Times, The Oakland Tribune, Scientific American, Discover magazine, PsychologyToday.com, and on radio and television nationwide.

Science and Lust is Volume 1 of the BRAINY SEX series. More information is at www.BrainySex.com.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997264432
Publisher: Beck and Branch
Publication date: 01/15/2018
Series: Brainy Sex , #1
Pages: 110
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.23(d)

About the Author

Rebecca Coffey is a science journalist, novelist, and humorist. The author of four previous books, her work has been featured in The Chicago Tribune, The Seattle Times, The Oakland Tribune, Scientific American, Discover magazine, PsychologyToday.com, and on radio and television nationwide.

Table of Contents

Do Pygmy Chimps Dream of Electric Lips?

The Naked Truth about the Wives of Tall Men

Men in Red

The Human Ape

The Erotic Analysis of Anna Freud by Her Father, Sigmund

Sexual Strategies of the Female Narcissist

The Gift that Keeps You Giving

Improve Your Sex Appeal

Some Like It Too Hot

Why Some Men Cheat

One Country’s Porn is Another’s Pablum

Was It Good for You, Too?

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