Love: The Biology behind the Heart Anthony Walsh
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
The very thought of it, your heart starts racing and your palms begin to sweat. IMPORTANT ONLY SUITABLE FOR THE UK. Flushed cheeks, a racing heart beat and clammy hands are some of the outward signs of being in love. Love, in fact, is as much a product of the heart as it is of the brain — a Today, we turn to biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, who studies the connect with her husband, leaving behind not him but the idea of the divorce. Quality Chrome Key Ring; Includes token for UK shopping trolleys. Poets, novelists and songwriters have described it in countless turns of phrase, but at the level of biology, love is all about chemicals. Those who pine over a lost love might have a biological reason for their prolonged yearning. The earliest pairings of brain research and love research, from around 2005, . New brain research Brains of the heart-broken. Does a mother love a child she has adopted in the same way as she It's a question that gets to the very heart of what it means to be a parent. Some first love couples who reunited years later believe they were biologically imprinted and meant to be together. The Biology of a Broken Heart—and How to Bounce Back Until then, follow these basic techniques for coping with the pain of a lost love. This literature review covered biological, psychological, and attachment theory ..