Is there more to starting a relationship than GSOH? What is the secret to romantic chemistry? From the psychology of nonverbal communication to the pseudoscience of physiognomy and even instant attraction based on facial features, award-winning scientist and television commentator Dr. Harry Witchel demonstrates the ins and outs of getting to know someone with demonstrations and exercises for you to do. From "Scary Women" to "Commitment-Phobic" men, the narrative art of a relationship unfolds early but with no end in sight. We will have some fun transmitting polite but sexy or mysterious signals, and learning to enjoy the ambiguity that makes flirting playful. The body language of love is more fun to guess than your star sign.
"Internet Dating" at the London Science Museum's Dana Centre for the Brain.
"The Science of Dating" at Pittsburgh’s (USA) Carnegie Science Center.
"Speed Dating" at the London Science Museum's Dana Centre for the Brain.
"Speed Dating" at the Dana Centre (encore performance for additional people).
"Queer Speed Dating" at the Dana Centre (encore performance for additional people).
"The Body Language of Love" at the British Library.
Good Evening Wales Looking for Love Interview_14feb06.mp3
BBC Radio Five Live - "Morning Reports".
14 February 2006.
Copyright © 2007 Dr. Harry Witchel.