Talk:Motivation and emotion/Book/2015/Neurobiology of romantic love
This looks to be the beginnings of a fantastic chapter and is so interesting when we put subjective experience together with neuropsychological research. As I was looking through the structure, I thought, how is romantic love distinguished from jealous love? or zealous love? I don't know if you were focussing on this or not, but a comparison of different types of love, what they look like, and how they differ might greatly help you to distinguish romantic love from others? Can't wait to see it develop :) Ccgmjb (discuss • contribs) 23:18, 8 October 2015 (UTC)
Hello, You are doing a similar topic to me, so I thought I would provide you with a researcher who's work I have read and found highly relevant, look up the work by Helen E. Fisher
Here is a Link: http://www.dana.org/Cerebrum/Default.aspx?id=39351
Hi there, Your book chapter is extremely fascinating. I like all of the visuals you have incorporated into your chapter, it is helpful for me to have a better understanding of certain ideas. Similar to the person above I am doing my book chapter on a similar topic. I found the book Do Gentelmen Really Prefer Blondes?: Bodies, Behavior, and Brains-- the Science behind Sex, Love, and Attraction By Jodi Pincott to be extremely helpful and it also gave out of the box answers to certain questions, such as " Do Gentelmen Really Prefer Blondes" and give a scientific answer for.
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Hi there! Your page is looking good so far! A general suggestion would be to keep the neurobiological processes linked to emotion - just to keep the flow of the article's purpose. I keep trying to make grammatical and typographical edits to your page but am getting edit conflicts over and over again. So, instead can I suggest:
- - ensure your headings are in sentence case
- - watch for unnecessary capitalisations (for example with neurotransmitter names)
- - Suggest change What disadvantages, you ask? The dangers and pain associated with childbirth, the threat of life threatening STD's and diseases such as AIDS and despite the resources and time associated with raising a child, yet society continues to thrive(14) to "These disadvantages include the dangers and pain associated with childbirth, the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and the time and resources required for child rearing
- - put Romeo and Juliet (when referring to the book/play, not the characters themselves) and The Notebook in italics.
- - perhaps putting the Corinthians quote on it's own line, as it is more than one sentence.
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