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Sternberg and The Psychology of Creative Writing with James C. His work has been covered in media outlets such as Psychology Today, Scientific American Mind and Men's Health.
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"Like a peer-reviewed version of 'The Game', this geeky treatise mines evolutionary and experimental psychology to help readers 'succeed in their own mating-relevant goals.'" The authors' broad test of 'mating intelligence,' originally devised as a magazine quiz, measures both desirable traits like creativity and kindness, and relationship skills like empathy, lie-detection...
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He is particularly interested in how evolution can help us understand all facets of the human animal and his many publications help us move toward this goal.