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Helen Fisher













































About Helen Fisher

This biological anthropologist, behavioral expert, love and attachment theorist, and Rutgers University professor is most famous as the author of several popular science books, including Why We Love: The Nature and Chemistry of Romantic Love and Why Him? Why Her?: Finding Real Love By Understanding Your Personality Type.


Early life

After earning a bachelor s degree in psychology and anthropology from New York University, she received a master s degree and a doctorate from the University of Colorado at Boulder.


Trivia

In her work on physiology-based personality types, she posits four basic categories of temperament: the dopamine-driven Explorer; the serotonin-dominated Builder; the testosterone-guided Director; and the oxytocin and estrogen-led Negotiator.


Family of Helen Fisher

She was born in Canada, and she later lived in New York, Colorado, and New Jersey, U.S.A.


Close associates of Helen Fisher

She and Isabel Briggs Myers both formulated personality typing systems.





















William Marvin Bass













































About William Marvin Bass

Forensic anthropologist well-known for his research on human osteology and decomposition who has helped a wide variety of groups identify human remains.


Early life

He was first an archaeologist who began his career with the excavation of Native American grave sites.


Trivia

He started Body Farm at the University of Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility behind the Medical Center to study decomposition of bodies and investigate different methods for identifying and extrapolating information about decomposition.


Family of William Marvin Bass

He married Carol Lee Hicks in 1996. He is the child of Marvin and Jenny Bass.


Close associates of William Marvin Bass

Margaret Mead is another anthropologists. However, she focused on cultural anthropology and he specialized in forensic anthropology.





















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Margaret Mead













































About Margaret Mead

Anthropologist whose reports about the attitudes towards sex in South Pacific and Southeast Asian culture amply informed the 1960s sexual revolution. Despite being a religious woman, she gained controversy for applying notions of human sexuality with western religion.


Early life

She separated from Edward Sapir because of his narrow views on gender roles.


Trivia

In 1959 she released the album An Interview With Margaret Mead, which covered the topics of morals and anthropology.


Family of Margaret Mead

She married third husband Gregory Bateson in 1936.


Close associates of Margaret Mead

She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Jimmy Carter.





















 

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Helen Fisher













































About Helen Fisher

This biological anthropologist, behavioral expert, love and attachment theorist, and Rutgers University professor is most famous as the author of several popular science books, including Why We Love: The Nature and Chemistry of Romantic Love and Why Him? Why Her?: Finding Real Love By Understanding Your Personality Type.


Early life

After earning a bachelor s degree in psychology and anthropology from New York University, she received a master s degree and a doctorate from the University of Colorado at Boulder.


Trivia

In her work on physiology-based personality types, she posits four basic categories of temperament: the dopamine-driven Explorer; the serotonin-dominated Builder; the testosterone-guided Director; and the oxytocin and estrogen-led Negotiator.


Family of Helen Fisher

She was born in Canada, and she later lived in New York, Colorado, and New Jersey, U.S.A.


Close associates of Helen Fisher

She and Isabel Briggs Myers both formulated personality typing systems.