The Dollars and Sense of Romance

Ted Fischer talks about how people act financially and how they behave romantically and how those two behaviors are opposed to each other, often needlessly.

Are We All Gold Diggers and Cradle Robbers?

The Vanderbilt anthropologist describes what we look for in a mate.

If Tiger Woods Were French, He'd Be President by Now

As the anthropologist explains, women are hardwired to crave a steady, monogamous relationship, whereas it makes much more evolutionary sense for men to always have a few extra options on the side. A feature that France acknowledges fairly openly, but America doesn't.

Love Is Hard Work

The Vanderbilt anthropologist describes how ultimately chemistry might fade. But when that happens, compromises can keep a relationship going.