Speed dating movie summary

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Speed dating movie summary

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...

Speaking March 10th at the 92nd Street Y's Tribeca site in New York City, Scientific American MIND contributing editor Robert Epstein discussed how arranged marriages can surpass love matches for long-term contentment...

Although Harding's name appears in the chapter's title, he is not its main focus.

Gladwell simply uses him at the beginning to demonstrate that appearance or irrelevant features often cause humans to use thin slicing negatively.

In Harding's case, even though he was not particularly intelligent or moral, he was able to get elected because "he looked Presidential." Harding served only two years in office (he died from a stroke), yet he has been noted by many historians as one of the worst presidents in American history.

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 ...

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Online speed dating has taken an age-old practice of meeting people in five-minute mini-dates and turned it into an online sensation.