This Valentine’s Day, three neuroscientists explain why music-evoked memories are so potent -- and whether we can let them go.
By Nsikan Akpan
Yes, you should get that giant teddy bear for your Valentine.
By Elizabeth Flock
We are more connected than ever, but poet Matthew Siegel finds it’s made communication and knowing our own feelings more difficult.
By Jennifer Hijazi
If you're looking for inspiration, the Library of Virginia has a collection of a few hundred postcards and greeting cards dating back to the early 20th century.
By Dayana Morales Gomez
Dan Ariely explains how not to fill out your online dating profile, how to help a friend be less picky in who she dates and what questions to ask on a first date.
By Dan Ariely
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely explains the two characteristics of a good gift.
With Valentine’s Day coming up on Sunday, the hashtag #SingleLifeIn3Words has zoomed on Twitter. Here are some that caught our eye.
Can economics explain online dating? This labor economist thinks it can.
By Paul Solman
Looking for love for Valentine's Day? In this Q&A, Paul Solman speaks with OkCupid co-founder Christian Rudder, author of "Dataclysm," about what works and what doesn't on online dating sites. Helpful hint for men: Learn your grammar.
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