A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the Internet Tells Us About Sexual Relationships (Google eBook)

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Penguin, May 5, 2011 - Psychology - 416 pages
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The Book on Sex

Want to know what really turns your partner on? A Billion Wicked Thoughts offers the clearest picture ever of the differences between male and female sexuality and the teeming diversity of human desire. What makes men attracted to images and so predictable in their appetites? What makes the set up to a romantic evening so important for a woman? Why are women’s desires so hard to predict? Neuroscientists Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam reveal the mechanics of sexual relationships based on their extensive research into the mountains of new data on human behavior available in online entertainment and traffic around the world. Not since Alfred Kinsey in the 1950s has there been such a revolution in our knowledge of what is really going on in the bedroom. What Ogas and Gaddam learned, and now share, will deepen and enrich the way you, and your partner, think and talk about sex.

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Review: A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the World's Largest Experiment Reveals about Human Desire

User Review  - piranha - Goodreads

"A Billion Well-Worn Tropes" would be my preferred title. "Maverick" neuroscientists? On which planet? There is no actual neuroscience in this book (though I skimmed a lot after I ran out of patience ... Read full review

Review: A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the World's Largest Experiment Reveals about Human Desire

User Review  - Podiceps60 - Goodreads

This is not a scientific study as is suggested but rather an exercise in accumulating unverified data and drawing some conclusions that are at the least not much more than interesting. However, much ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Ogi Ogas studies computational models of memory, learning, and vision. He was a Department of Homeland Security Fellow.

Sai Gaddam
studies large-scale data analysis and serves as a data mining consultant in India. They both received their Ph.D.s in computational neuroscience from Boston University.

Ogi Ogas studies computational models of memory, learning, and vision. He was a Department of Homeland Security Fellow.

Sai Gaddam
studies large-scale data analysis and serves as a data mining consultant in India. They both received their Ph.D.s in computational neuroscience from Boston University.

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