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Interview with Dawn Maslar, a Love Biologist and the author of
Men Chase, Women Choose
Dawn Maslar, the award-winning author, biology professor and researcher walks her reader through finding the ‘happily-ever-after’ kind of love everyone yearns for! In her new book, Men Chase, Women Choose: Neuroscience of Meeting, Dating, Losing Your Mind and Finding True Love, Maslar shares cutting-edge research that traces the course of love from first attraction to long-term, lasting love!
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Dawn Maslar, is actually a scientist, in fact a biology professor. She has enriched her book with research on the neuroscience of dating, in search of love.
For many singles, it’s tough meeting quality people that they would want to date long-term. And fall in love and then stay in love.
We are all in search of love. We all want love. But is falling in love only based on neurotransmitters or a is it a combination of social conditioning as well? Prof. Dawn Maslar answers the question in this interview. She also mentions that falling out of love is merely a phase just before the true love sets in.
She explains how men and women fall in love differently, hence the book – Men Chase, Women Choose. She talks about the primitive instinct of men going after the women while women choose the type of partners they want.
It isn’t all that different in Asian arranged marriages when it comes to falling in infatuated love then falling out of that love but yet falling in deeper and true love. Commitment plays a vital role without its mention. The interview on the audio player explains all.