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The-Science-Behind-Love-At-First-Sight

Published on Dec 9, 2015

Can you really fall in love with someone the first time you see them?

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Love in 0.2 seconds
http://www.nature.com/scitable/blog/o…
“The research was conducted mainly through the use of functional magnetic imaging, or fMRI. This tool is used to spot brain activity by looking at blood flow levels in the brain. This cutting-edge technology is used in hospitals to help diagnose brain diseases, but is also used to assist scientists study thoughts and feelings like love in a person.”

The Fascinating Science Behind Love at First Sight
http://www.byrdie.com/love-at-first-s…
“Love at first sight is hard to explain. Some people swear they’ve fallen prey to its mystical power, while others chalk it up to folklore and too many viewings of Baz Luhrman’s Romeo & Juliet. We tend to gravitate towards the latter category, being the doubting, scientific-minded realists we are.”

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