Sexual behavior has confused and confounded humans for centuries. Gil Rosenthal, a Texas A&M biology instructor and author, says we can learn a lot about ourselves by looking to other species in the natural world, and considering the sexual lives of fish.
Gil Rosenthal, professor of biology at Texas A&M University, co-director of the Cichaz Field Station, and author of Mate Choice: The evolution of sexual decision making from microbes to humans
We all get gut instincts when we walk into a room of strangers. Do we fit in here? Do these people seem friendly? Snap judgments are simply a part of how we function. But Princton University psychology professor Alexander Todorov says that though these impressions are natural, we should try to resist them.
Alexander Todorov, professor of psychology at Princeton University and author of Face Value: The irresistible influence of first impressions