Why We Kiss: Scientific American Mind


Written By: Scientific American

Written By: Mark Moran

Length:1 hour and 28 minutes

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Audiobook Summary:"Affairs of the Lips": Research is revealing a hidden complexity to the simple act of kissing that impacts you and your partner. "An Odd Sense of Timing": Changes in the environment are giving rise to the subjective experience of time - and that is puzzling psychologists and brain researchers. "The Medicated Americans": Close to ten percent of men and women in America are now taking drugs to combat depression. "The Character Code": Researchers have found a gene that influences our ability to cope with stress and to bounce back from the misfortunes of life. "Misery in Motherhood": Postpartum depression effects 1 in 5 women and weakens critical bonds between a mother and child - but there are remedies.

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