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WordSmitten. Tune in to the fun. Kate Sullivan interviews the author of Decoding Love. Andrew Trees discusses his new book and why it takes twelve frogs to find a prince. A smart, entertaining, and eye-opening look at the science of love. Drawing from the latest studies in economics, brain science, game theory, evolutionary psychology, and other fields, Decoding Love takes on a topic we all think we understand—how we fall in love—and illustrates that most of our assumptions are wrong. Andrew Trees offers surprising new insights into the nature of romance and the modern world of dating. His new book, Decoding Love, reveals the frequently bizarre scientific findings about human attraction from the powerful influence of smell to a mathematical theory that one must date twelve people before happening upon Mr. or Ms. Right.