February 14, 2011

Valentine's Day: Science of Love

Natalie Villacorta, Brown Daily Herald


Brown Daily Herald

"I love you." Today, we say these three words — to boyfriends and girlfriends, husbands and wives. But to every person, and to every brain, the phrase means something different.

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TAGGED: Sexuality, Relationships, Love, Valentine's Day

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