This is your brain on love: The Science of Love Quiz
Forget about hearts and flowers and poetry. Love is all in your head -- your brain actually. So let's strip out the romance and get down to the neurochemicals and physiology that release a swarm of butterflies when encountering a new crush.
How many sperm will make it all the way to a woman's egg?
A few dozen
What percentage of adult women have never experienced an orgasm?
The gene variation allele 334 is linked to what behavior?
inability to have an orgasm
What percent of men have a favorable view of vibrators in the bedroom?
People exchange what arousal-stimulating hormone when they kiss?
Which of the following neurochemicals isn't as active during early phases of romance?
The clitoris contains how many nerve endings?
Which bonding chemical is released in the female brain during an orgasm?
What percentage of mammals practices monogomy?
Who typically says "I love you" first?
Neither. Men and women initiate "I love you" equally.
True or false: Most adulterous men didn't anticipate cheating on their partners.
Which of the following is NOT a physical sign of attraction?
According to a 1996 study from Pennsylvania State University, women expect to wait how many dates before having sex with a new partner?
Approximately what percent of the population is asexual?
True or false: Men think about sex every 7 seconds.
What chemical is responsible for making our hearts race when we see someone who tickles our fancy?
True or false: Men with lower voices have more viable sperm.
Female ovulation is associated with which of the following?
a drop in vocal pitch
wearing less makeup
Which sense might give women the most accurate assessment of a man's genetic fitness?
What chemical is often implicated in satisfying, long-term marriages?