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With New Acquisition, Tinder Gets Into ‘Augmented Reality’
A new vision for the dating startup
Scientists Map The Parts Of The Body Where Touching Is Okay
And awkwardly outline the taboo zones
Is Technology Changing How We Fall In Love?
Yes. And no.
In The Brain, Distances In Space, Time, And Social Relationships Look The Same
A brain-scanning study finds a small region of the brain that treats "far from me," "distant acquaintance," and "later" as similar concepts.
Me, Me, Me: People Who Overuse The First-Person Singular Are More Depressed
A new study links first-person singular pronouns to relationship problems and higher rates of depression.
These Robots Are In A Relationship (And They Fight All The Time)
Robot arm commences passively-aggressively doing the dishes
Love Is A Messy Science
A meta-look at the complicated (and sometimes contradicting) research on love and relationships. Happy Valentine's Day!
5 Terrible Things The Internet Does To Our Love Lives
And why that's good for science. Happy Valentine's Day!
Strong Hands and Voice Pitch Really Are Signs of Fertility
New research strengthens the link between physical attributes and baby-making potential
Hazards of Space Would Make Sex Up There Tricky, Say NASA Researchers
It's not the space agency's official line, however