The Psychology of Relationships: How “Friends” Can Teach Us About Love WAIT LIST ONLY
Where: Prospect Heights Brainery
190 Underhill Ave., Prospect Heights
347-292-7246 Price: $11
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Relationship science is a multidisciplinary field which draws from subject areas such as psychology, biology, and sociology. A variety of perspectives all converge to help determine what leads some relationships to flourish, while others are doomed to fail. This talk will take a look at the psychological research aimed at understanding attraction and love, through the lens of one of the greatest sitcoms of all time: Friends.
Taught by Marisa T. Cohen
Dr. Marisa T. Cohen is a psychology professor and the co-founder of the Self-Awareness and Bonding Lab (SABL), which centers on the subfield of relationship science. Dr. Cohen’s main research interests are gender differences in dating and relationship behaviors, peoples’ perceptions of love and infidelity, and consensual non-monogamy.
Dr. Cohen is the author of From First Kiss to Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love, a book that relates relationship science research to everyday experiences and real relationship issues confronted by couples.
Dr. Cohen actively presents her research from the field at both local and regional conferences. In addition to her research, she enjoys giving guest lectures on the application of this science to everyday life.
For information about her work, check out her personal website: www.marisatcohen.comBuy tickets/get more info now