Opposites attract. Or is it birds of a feather flock together? Our brains could be chaotic storms governed by strange attractors. Or is the chaos ungoverned, and less important than we think? When it comes to attraction, nothing is simple.
- She’ll Text Me, She’ll Text Me Not: The science of waiting in modern courtship, by Aziz Ansari & Eric Klinenberg
- Love Is Like Cocaine: From ecstasy to withdrawal, the lover resembles an addict, by Helen Fisher
- Am I Ugly?: What science says about my outer beauty, by Chip Rowe
- This issue also includes contributions from: Philip Ball, Yvonne Bang, Kate Becker, Adrienne Berard, Jeanette Bicknell, Sean B. Carroll, Jim Davies, Rob DeSalle, Daniel Grossman, Brandon Keim, Amy Maxmen, Regan Penaluna, John Steele, Zach St. George, Ian Tattersall, and Yongdong Wang.