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So why is romance such an effort for humans, while animals have little trouble getting it right? Verdolin (Durham, NC), an expert in animal behavior, is currently a research scientist affiliated with the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (Duke University) in Durham, NC, where she studies lemur personality and social behavior.Fun to read as well as educational, this unique take on the perennial human quest to find the ideal mate answers these questions and many more. In addition to publishing in peer-reviewed journals, she has written for Scientific American, has her own Psychology Today blog called Wild Connections, and is the weekly featured guest in the segment titled, "Think like a human, act like an animal" on the nationally syndicated DL Hughley Radio Show.Royal albatrosses have a lengthy courtship period lasting several years.

— Social networking sites, such as Facebook, offer tools and activities that may help older adults feel more empowered and less isolated, according to researchers. — Warm, nurturing parents may pass along strategies for building and maintaining positive relationships to their kids, setting them up for healthier, less-violent romantic relationships as young ...

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