• How much would you eat if your soup bowl secretly refilled itself?
• What does your favorite comfort food really say about you?
We've even singled out the best strategies for online dating to give you the edge on the web.
When you're ready to let Cupid's arrow fly, take our chat-up line quiz to see if your aim is true.
We'll also be asking you to choose your favourite of the pick-up tricks in our quiz, so be sure to take the survey all the way to the end.
For that final inspiration injection, read our photo comic about Linda's DNA dating adventure.
Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think by Brian Wansink, Ph. was our May Book Club book and his research was fascinating.
Here at the Science of People, I like to explore the hidden forces that drive our behavior and in this post I want to talk about the science and psychology of eating.
These are often very tricky questions to answer and frequently arise in judicial contexts.
Being an optometrist and all around eye aficionado, I have a deep interest in the connection between the eyes and love.
Author’s Note: The following was originally posted at The Psychologist Web site as part of their "Sin Week." Once you've read my confession on the sin of lust, be sure to check out my colleagues' shameful confessions about their own gluttony, sloth, pride, wrath, envy and greed at the BPS Research Digest .
Scientific American Editor in Chief Mariette Di Christina and psychology researcher Robert Epstein, a contributing editor to Scientific American MIND magazine, talk about falling in love and staying that way.
And science communicator Dennis Meredith discusses his book Explaining Research, and the importance for scientists of reaching the public.