Helen Fisher:
Helen Fisher nous explique pourquoi nous aimons et pourquoi parfois, nous trompons.

TED2006 · 23:27 · Filmed Feb 2006
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L'anthropologiste Helen Fisher aborde un sujet complexe — l'amour — et explique son évolution, ses caractéristiques biochimiques et son importance sociale. Elle termine par un avertissement sur le désastre potentiel inhérent à l'abus d'antidépresseurs.

Anthropologist; expert on love
Anthropologist Helen Fisher studies gender differences and the evolution of human emotions. She's best known as an expert on romantic love, and her beautifully penned books — including Anatomy of Love and Why We Love — lay bare the mysteries of our most treasured emotion. Full bio
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