Waarom vrouwen chocola lekkerder vinden dan seks

Waarom vrouwen chocola lekkerder vinden dan seks How long does it take to decide if a person is hot Is your lover likely to get you pregnant than your husband Can men tell when a woman is fertile If you ve ever wondered how scientists measure love o

  • Title: Waarom vrouwen chocola lekkerder vinden dan seks
  • Author: Jena Pincott Nicole Seegers
  • ISBN: 9789041763174
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • How long does it take to decide if a person is hot Is your lover likely to get you pregnant than your husband Can men tell when a woman is fertile If you ve ever wondered how scientists measure love or whether men really prefer blondes over brunettes this smart, sexy book provides real answers to these and many other questions about our most baffling dating and matingHow long does it take to decide if a person is hot Is your lover likely to get you pregnant than your husband Can men tell when a woman is fertile If you ve ever wondered how scientists measure love or whether men really prefer blondes over brunettes this smart, sexy book provides real answers to these and many other questions about our most baffling dating and mating behaviors Based on the latest research in biology, evolutionary psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science, Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes dares to explain the science behind sex and opens a fascinating window on the intriguing phenomenon of love and attraction Covering the areas of bodies, brains, and behavior, this eye opening guide reveals the genetic, hormonal, and psychological secrets behind what makes us tick sexually For example, do you know why a man s body chemistry and behavior change when he s in a committed relationship And why, when he becomes a daddy, his testosterone level seems to plummet And did you know When a couple first fall in love, their brains are indistinguishable from those of the clinically insane You can tell a lot about a person s sexual chemistry just by looking at his or her hands Your genes influence whose body odors you prefer Being around breast feeding women may increase a woman s sex driveViewed through the lens of science and instinct, your love life might be seen in a completely different way Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes provides both an in depth exploration into our sexual psyches and fresh advice for men and women who want to discover the secrets of successful relationships.

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    1. I’m a black sheep. Always have been. Study after study has proven that men actually DO prefer blondes. Also, study after study has shown that women are attracted to men like their father, and men to women like their mother.I'm a guy and my mother is blonde. So yeah, man. Most guys are more likely to prefer blondes and they’re more likely to prefer women like their mother -- so I should totally be into blondes.But I’m not. I dig brunettes! What the hell? Is this book crap? No, it's not. And [...]

    2. Very interesting and well written. Sometimes science books are written too dry and poorly, which is a shame since they do not do justice to their topic (which is not saying that the style should dumb down the way information is conveyed -- just keep it interesting!). This book was a great read with lots of information that was not only interesting, but quite useful if you are wanting to maximise your tips as a waitress or scientific explanations for attraction! I definitely recommend it.

    3. Very interesting read. I picked this book up, originally thinking that it was going to be a spoof book on relationships (which it isn't), and ended up really taking an interest in the genuine scientific studies within. Like many of the other reviews, I found that this book WAS more for women readers, but was still interesting to read nonetheless.

    4. I (re)read this in combination with "why it takes 12 frogs to find a prince" "attached" "the science of compassionate love" "it's not you it's biology" "rewire your brain for love" and "love sense". All of them are garbage. This is trash too, but it's thinly veneered with a coat of credible academic citations, like 20 minutes of surfing for the raciest pubmed articles you can find.I can respect trashy. The author knows her audience, and there's nothing wrong with that. If you're a middle-aged au [...]

    5. I love this book! Do Gentle men Really Prefer Blondes, has helped me maintain a fun dialog while on dates and get togethers. Not to mention choosing the right look that's gives me that slight edge. Its a great conversation starter, when I mention I'm reading "Do gentlemen actually prefer blondes", people are actually curious to know if they do and ask for examples of scientific studies. Since the studies are fun and interesting I actually remember them, like the Law of Excitation. Anyway, great [...]

    6. All the latest science behind sexuality and sexual attraction, etc. Everything you ever wanted to know about chemistry, biology, genetics, reproduction, competition, natural selection of the fittest, monogamy, anthropology, etc. on this subject, ha!

    7. The title of the book is what initially intrigued me to read it. This book does an excellent job debunking myths about attraction and the thought process of men and women. Author Jena Pincott explained the reasoning behind all of these myths from a scientific explanation and proved the details about performed experiments. The first chapter explains the science behind and "attractive face". She discusses the idea that eye contact can make a person appear more attractive, how symmetry and attracti [...]

    8. This book was such a fun read. I kept finding myself reading excerpts aloud to my husband because I found so much of the material fascinating. I especially liked the chapter on pheromones. It definitely added strength to the nature side of the nature vs. nurture debates on human sexual attraction. It also gave me a new argument to use against people that believe homosexuality is a chosen trait, since gay men and women actually emit different pheromones to attract each other. It turns out that "g [...]

    9. I really wanted to like this book, as it covered an interesting topic and I usually enjoy science/explanation books. However, this book rubbed me the wrong way for two things the author seems to be implying:A) That we're all just acting on instinct and subconscious drives, and that in actuality we're all superficial when it comes to choosing our significant others, rather than being a unique species that chooses our partners/mates based on emotion and connection and things like common interests [...]

    10. As humans we very much want to be in control of our futures and believe that we are the captains of our destiny, but Jena Pincott clearly shows how we are all victims of our bodies biology. We may never consciously know that the reason we are attracted to someone is their "smell" or that our "testosterone" levels are high because we are single men, but it happens, and it shapes are decisions and behavior.This is an extremely interesting read if you have interest in biology and sociology. Pincott [...]

    11. I thought this would be a fluff book that only skimmed over the topics here and there of the real science behind why we are attracted to the opposite sex. The author actually provides an interesting compilation of psychological to neurological studies and research of all kinds of interesting information regarding our sexual behavior. She presents us with a ton of information in a pretty light format. But it gives us the basics and the ability to delve further on any topic we are interested in.

    12. This was mildly entertaining, although I didn't finish. I never actually got to the part that explains whether gentlemen prefer blondes. I misplaced the book and am not that worried about it. Some of the scientific studies were interesting, but they were sandwiched between really dumb, Cosmo-esque commentary that was pretty unnecessary. Also, the font was purple, for chrissake. I'm sorry, I just can't take it seriously if the font is purple. (At least the i's were not dotted with hearts.)

    13. The narration is good, but "menstrual" sounds just like "minstrel" should. This is a shame, as "menstrual" shows up in just about every paragraph. The text itself is surprisingly fun and informative. However, it covers the same ground that one may have read in newspaper health and science sections. If you don't keep up on psychology and sociology, maybe you should give it a try. P.S. This book makes sex sound quite unsexy. You might avoid it if you're stoking the baby train's engine.

    14. You could easily mistake this book as being written by Mary Roach. It is tinged with humour and a lot of information. I've read a fair few books that have covered the topics that this book tackles and was pleased to encounter information that I hadn't previously gleaned before. This book was a real eye opener as to how much we are ruled by our hormones and how much of our prehistoric ancestry as humans, still control us.

    15. I am fascinated with behavioral economics, stimulated by Malcolm Gladwell and Dan Ariely's excellent contributions. This book continues the discussion from yet another viewpoint. It is not as scientifically written as the others but is very accessible and compelling. There are several revelations not found elsewhere. If you're interested in what drives human behavior and decision-making, this is a fine read.

    16. No book this saturated with one scientific study after another should be this fun to read. From the first page to the last, you'll learn something about how we humans (and therefore you!) work. Though she may not mention Freud, it turns out he was right--at least in the essential sense that he was right in just how much what we think about our world--and each other--is formed below the threshold of self-awareness. A very fun and very informative read.

    17. It was an interesting exploration of human attraction. I enjoyed it but I'm about 20 years older than the target audience- most of the Q&A was skewed toward those who haven't yet bred. A little fluffy, which fact was telegraphed by the purple type throughout. But fun. Worth a look, especially if you're twenty-something.

    18. Lots of interesting tidbits that range from two-to-four pages on all sorts of topics from sights to smells that explain the scientific basis behind attraction. The book is designed so you can skip from topic to topic, but you can do what I did and read it straight through!

    19. This is the second time I have read this beauty. I do have to say it is best consumed as a book rather than through audio. The formatting is wonderful and really helps to break it down better.

    20. Lovely. Sex and the human brain: taking it apart, seeing how it works, and putting it back together again. We really are just big dumb animals, folks. Some of us bigger and dumber than others

    21. It's great for a quick overview of a bunch of different studies. You have to take everything with a tablespoon of salt since a lot of the specific details of the studies are left out and you're also dealing with soft sciences and a lot of conjecture in drawing conclusions. It's not a dating advice book. But it is a mostly pleasant read that's interesting if you enjoy thinking about innate and learned behaviors as they relate to human sexuality and courting. Some of the contributions by the autho [...]

    22. Soa bit heteronormative (though probably due to being a product of it's time) and i wasn't a fan of the bits that painted human as cavepeople, but fascinating overall.

    23. If you're at all intrigued by the science of attraction, this is an amusing, quick read. Spurred by documentaries on the subject, I purchased this book not knowing many of those studies would be referenced in the book (which was a bonus for me since I wish there were follow up documentaries!).While not ground-breaking discoveries, evolutionary reasoning & laboratory studies are presented to explain some of the old theories, such as men being more attracted to looks, while women are attracted [...]

    24. "Do gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?" is an enjoyable book if you like women's magazines. Some of the ideas that Pincott presents as fact are merely theories, with little actual proof behind them. There is an over heavy use of statistics, with little of the ranges being offered. And no discussion that some of the studies have been found to have cultural biases. Some theories have so many alternate explanations that are not mentioned, I can only assume that the author picked the most colorful pos [...]

    25. Witty and fun, this book was a great overview of the current science on love and attraction. The best section in my opinion is on hormones and how they affect our perceptions. Also loved the research on pheromones. I never knew that odors carried so much information. I should also mention that the book has a great sources and endnotes section so you can explore the studies yourself if you want to go more in depth. Only caveat is that the book is geared mostly for straight women although it addre [...]

    26. Studies on sexuality have to be careful due to the high risk of getting caught up in societal norms and mistaking those as biologically-driven imperatives, and this book, unfortunately, commits that fallacy, made worse by the fact that it completely ignores a wide swath of the human sexual spectrum - pan-/bi-/homosexuality. I'm not sure this is a reflection of bias on the part of the author or on the part of the availability of source study material, but the author seems to think that assertions [...]

    27. Ahem I have something to say. 'Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?'. The answer is simple AND obvious. Gentlemen prefer FLINGS, and blondes are exotic. How many people have dark hair than fair hair? This makes blondes DIFFERENT and therefore far more interesting for a fling. Am I right or am I right? I have a naturally critical and scientific brain. And blonde guys love me, and I am dark haired tanned skin German/Philippine. TaDa. I don't mean to hurt anyone's feelings. Blondes are 'fun'. It's a [...]

    28. This was a fairly good listen. The narration managed to not annoy me, the content was legit, and the author acknowledged evolutionary reasons that are just theories. The tone of the book was scientific, but casual enough for the non-science person to enjoy. Despite knowing many of the studies cited, I did learn a lot. There is only one thing that really annoyed me and that was certain section being repeated, almost as if they were space filler information. If I read the book, I probably would ha [...]

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