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Love : the biology behind the heart

Author: Anthony Walsh
Publisher: New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, 2016.
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Discusses that the nature of and need for love has biological origins. Walsh draws upon Darwin's sexual selection theory to define the perceptions of love by infants through the process of  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Walsh, Anthony, 1941-
Love.
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, 2016
(DLC) 2016002197
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Walsh
ISBN: 9781412862875 1412862876
OCLC Number: 932172142
Description: xvii, 300 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
What is this thing called love? --
The yearning for oneness --
Love and the brain --
Mother love and Darwinian sexual selection --
Touching hearts, touching minds --
Father love --
Lovelessness and lawlessness --
Love and physical health and illness --
Love and mental health and illness --
Self-love : other love --
Romantic love : its origin and purpose --
The chemistry of romantic love --
Love styles : how do you love me? --
Monogamy and promiscuity --
Love as exchange and barter --
Ecstasy and agony : love and betrayal --
Loving by the numbers --
Expanding the circle : universal love? --
Index.
Responsibility: Anthony Walsh.
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