By Sam Johnson
Valentine's Day is "Love Day" and more people profess their love for one another at that time more than during any other time throughout the year. A great amount of money will be spent on cards, flowers, candy, dinner and gifts as a means of expressing this love.
Yet for all the love talk that goes on, the emotion we call love is one of the least understood. Poets have tried to express and explain love since the beginning of time, but not until recently have experts begun to fully understand what makes up the emotion we call love.
Over the past decade, scientists and researchers have been busy conducting experiments and surveys to try and discover the true meaning of love. Their results are beginning to explain this mysterious emotion, but even they disagree as to what actually causes love.
CHECK OUT THE LINKS BELOW FOR MORE INFO ON "The Science of Love":
"The Science of Love" article in The Guardian online
"Your Brain In Love" article in Scientific American magazine
"The Science of Love" article from the Montreal Gazette
"The Science of Love" (from Talking Science Blog)
"Helen Fisher Studies the Brain In Love" talk from TED conference 2008
"Why We're Addicted to Love" Helen Fisher on The Science Network
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