COURTLAND BROOKS - Mar 11 - TED Talks introduce ideas worth spreading. Here's what the Courtland Brooks team thinks are of specific interest to you.
- Hannah Fry - The Mathematics of love
Mathematician Hanna Fry explores the patterns we use when searching for love and offers her top 3 mathematically verified tips for finding the right match.
- Amy Webb - How I hacked online dating
After unsuccessful attempts at online dating, digital strategist Amy Webb created a spread sheet to examine the real data and form her own unique algorithm to successfully hack the online dating process.
- Yann Dall’Aglio - Love - You're doing it wrong
Philosopher Yann Dall’Aglio explores the quest to find love in a modern world focused on the individual.
- Helen Fisher - Why we love, Why we cheat
Anthropologist Helen Fisher explains the evolution of love, from its biochemical foundations to its social importance.
- Helen Fisher - The brain in love
Helen Fisher goes a step further and studies the MRIs of people in love to uncover the physical need for romantic love.
- Esther Perel - The secret to desire in a long-term relationship
Relationship therapist Esther Perel reveals the mystery of erotic intelligence in the midst of our conflicting need for security and need for surprise in a committed sexual relationship.
- Christopher Ryan - Are we designed to be sexual omnivores
Author Christopher Ryan explains the controversial evidence that human beings are sexual omnivores by nature, in attempt to end discrimination, shame, and the unrealistic expectations that end relationships.
- Jeff Hancock - 3 types of digital lies
Psychologist Jeff Hancock doesn’t believe that the anonymity of the internet encourages dishonesty, and explains how he feels it may in fact keep us more honest.
- Meg Jay - Why 30 is not the new 20
Clinical psychologist Meg Jay believes that, though marriage and family are happening later in life these days, twentysomethings need to take advantage of this transformative and defining decade of their lives in order to plan for a successful future.
- Stefana Broadbent - How the internet enables intimacy
Tech anthropologist Stefana Broadbent explains how communication tech is capable of cultivating deeper relationships.