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Scicurious Reviews The Science of Kissing

By Sheril Kirshenbaum | February 7, 2011 11:53 am

I was delighted to see that one of my favorite science bloggers–Scicurious of Neurotic Physiology at Scientopia–has posted a very thoughtful review of The Science of Kissing. The book is divided into three parts and Sci took the time to discuss each one, beginning with a bit of skepticism:

Sci was very excited to get a copy of Sheril’s first solo book effort, “The Science of Kissing: What our lips are telling us”. I’ve always enjoyed Sheril’s writing and her fun take on life in general, and so I was excited to get the book. But I admit I was also a little worried. After all, it’s the science of KISSING. What if it was…well, like a Cosmo article or something? Of course I know Sheril better than that, but there was a deep dark worry in the back of my mind.

(Is this a kissing book?)

Read Sci’s full review here.

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