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America’s postwar fling with romance comics

Michael C. Weisenburg, University of South Carolina Last year, comic book enthusiast Gary Watson donated his massive personal collection to the Irvin Department of Rare...

How China does Valentine’s Day

Wei Li, Frostburg State University Americans celebrate love on Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day — a holiday named for Saint Valentine, a third-century Roman clergyman who...

Why people post ‘couple photos’ as their social media profile pictures

Amanda L. Forest, University of Pittsburgh and Kori Krueger, University of Pittsburgh As you scroll through your Facebook news feed, you see it: Your friend...

Why some people distrust atheists

Jaimie Arona Krems, Oklahoma State University and Jordan W. Moon, Arizona State University An ad featuring Ron Reagan, son of the Republican former President Ronald...

Why fewer and fewer Americans are getting divorced

Tera R. Jordan, Iowa State University Fewer and fewer Americans are getting divorced, with the rates falling 18% between 2008 and 2016. Among American adults, there...

What’s behind the belief in a soulmate?

Bradley Onishi, Skidmore College The United States appears to be in a romantic slump. Marriage rates have plummeted over the last decade. And compared to...

Is love losing its soul in the digital age?

Firmin DeBrabander, Maryland Institute College of Art Instagram users have taken to issuing “weekiversary posts,” where they diligently mark the duration of their romances. An...

This trait could be key to a lasting romance

Toni Antonucci, University of Michigan; Kristine J. Ajrouch, University of Michigan, and Noah J. Webster, University of Michigan Passion and commitment are widely believed to...

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Flappy Bird and the eight secrets to optimal gameplay

By Chek Tien Tan, University of Technology, Sydney The deceptively simple mobile game app Flappy Bird enjoyed immense popularity when it was launched last year,...