Dirty Minds (2012) is about the human brain and how it influences our relationships to love and sex. These blinks use neuroscience to explain the deepest intricacies of human connection, from our ability to attract others to our sense of commitment.
Kayt Sukel is a science writer who has contributed to the Washington Post, Atlantic Monthly, New Scientist, and the Dana Foundation Journal, among other publications. She holds a bachelor’s degree in cognitive psychology from Carnegie Mellon University, and a master’s in engineering psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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