Recent research suggests that while both men and women say they like a “good sense of humor” in a potential mate, they differ in what they mean by this phrase.
Women tend to prefer men who make them laugh, whereas men tend to prefer women who laugh at their jokes.
Why the widespread imbalance in their interests and expectations?
In the April issue of American Psychologist, Stanford University's Eleanor Maccoby reports the results of her own and others' research showing that children's development is most influenced by the social structure of peer interactions.
The wife soon told him they were divorced, but it didn’t end there.