Valentine's Day Picks: Our Favorite Recent Segments About Love

Thursday, February 14, 2013 - 09:48 AM

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Below, some of the Brian Lehrer Show's favorite recent segments about love and relationships, from advice on finding a date to some surprising research on why we fall in love.

The Neuroscience of Love

Larry Young, professor of psychiatry at Emory University and science journalist Brian Alexander, discuss their search for a "grand unified theory" of love.


Why Love Is Really Good For Your Health

Barbara Fredrickson, professor of psychology and director of the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Laboratory at the University of North Carolina talks about her research into "love" and its effects on health and happiness.


Broadband Love

Our month-long series on online dating with Charles J Orlando.

→ Bonus: Online Dating Do's and Dont's from "State of Date"


StoryCorps Best Love Stories

Dave Isay of StoryCorps plays some of his favorite love stories.


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