Ogi Ogas Ph.D.

Ogi Ogas Ph.D.

Ogi Ogas, Ph.D., is project head of the Individual Mastery Project in the Laboratory for the Science of the Individual. He is a computational neuroscientist and former Department of Homeland Security Fellow. He is the co-author of A Billion Wicked Thoughts (Dutton, 2010), The Reluctant Pharmacopeia: Drug Hunters and the Improbable Quest to Discover New Medicines (Arcade, 2016) and Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry (Little Brown, 2015) and co-wrote The End of Average with Todd Rose. He used his knowledge of individual mastery to reach the million dollar question on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and battle Ken Jennings in the finals of Grand Slam. He is a senior scientist at the Center for Individual Opportunity.

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A Billion Wicked Thoughts

What Really Turns People On? Men and women haven't been honest. What they say they like is often quite different from what they look for when nobody is watching. But how can we learn the truth?

Ogas and Gaddam analyzed a billion web searches, a million Web sites, a million erotic videos, a million erotic stories, millions of personal ads, tens of thousands of digitized romance novels, and much more. Is your partner telling you what really turns him on? Is your partner faking her pleasure? And just how unusual are your own desires? 

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