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The Social Psychology of Attraction and Romantic Relationships
Madeleine A Fugère Ph.D.
Is your partner only concerned with his or her own sexual needs? How to identify a sexual narcissist, and the implications for your relationships.
Why would parents want their daughters to date someone less attractive? The reasons may surprise you.
Many of the factors which shape our sexual thoughts and desires remain consciously undetected by women.
Feeling as if you look less than perfect? Find out how we underestimate our own attractiveness.
These evidence-based relationships hacks can help to improve your romantic relationship, no extra time or effort necessary. Try them today!
Men's sexual attraction to women has some surprising and unintended consequences for both sexes.
Some of the benefits of women's orgasms are both unconscious and surprising.
Do you tend to dislike photographs of yourself? Here's why — and how you can improve your fondness of your photographs.
Learn more about the intriguing connections among beer, attraction, sex, and more...
The benefits of dating an attractive man are clear, but have you considered the drawbacks?
It's not a stretch to believe that love makes you dumb, but can sex make you smarter? Explore the complex connections among love, sex, and intellect.
When we think about breakups we focus on the negative emotions and distress. But you can free yourself from your rotten relationship and reap these benefits, too.
Why we are drawn to forbidden relationships, and why it isn't helpful for others to try to prevent us from engaging in them.
Ordinarily, to boost your sex appeal you alter your physical appearance, but try these extraordinary strategies, no physical alterations required!
A satisfying sex life is more than just frequent intercourse or achieving orgasm; some surprising qualities can enhance our sexual experiences.
Do you know someone in a bad relationship? Have you ever wondered why they stay? Psychological research helps to elucidate why many couples remain in unfulfilling relationships.
Getting involved in bad relationships is not just bad luck. There are good reasons supported by research why we choose relationships that will ultimately be unfulfilling.
Can we consciously discern the traits which motivate our dating and mating decisions?
Do you have a secret relationship? Do you find secret sex to be more exciting? Find out why secret sex can be more novel, thrilling, intimate, and satisfying.
How to spot a cheater before you get involved in a relationship with him/her. Plus, how to find a partner who is more likely to remain faithful.
Do men and women really differ in their sexual desires? Many of our beliefs about men and sex are surprisingly tenuous.
Do you feel an afterglow after sex? Here's what it might say about your relationship.
Good looks may be both undervalued and overvalued in our dating and mating decisions, depending on the context.
Try these simple and easy resolutions to help nurture your romantic relationship.
Forget what you think you know about sexual attraction. We may not actually realize who we are attracted to or why we are attracted to them.
Feeling at odds with your in-laws? Find out the reasons behind their dislike and get some tips to ease this common conflict.
Are you having second thoughts about ending a relationship? These strategies will reinforce your decision to split and help you move on after a breakup.
Why does it feel so good when you find out that your ex has been dumped by his or her latest lover?
The ability to accurately read your partner’s thoughts and feelings may enhance your relationship.
Have you considered trying some unusual tactics to make yourself more attractive? Beware, what makes you feel more attractive may actually make you less attractive to others.
Madeleine A. Fugère, Ph.D., is a professor of Social Psychology at Eastern Connecticut State University, and her areas of expertise include attraction and romantic relationships.