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Experiments for Newlyweds

50 Amazing Science Projects You Can Perform with Your Spouse

Shaun Gallagher


List Price: 16.99*
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From Shaun Gallagher, the author of Experimenting with Babies!

You've said your vows and cut the cake. Congratulations, and welcome to the greatest experiment of all—marriage!

Marriage, or any long-term committed partnership, involves two subjects being exposed to a variety of scenarios and variables over time, hopefully leading to exciting discoveries throughout a long, successful relationship. In Experiments for Newlyweds, you'll find fifty science projects, based on real academic research in fields such as psychology, game theory, and more, designed for you and your partner to complete together. Uncover the ways your emotions can alter your perception of the world around you, explore the connection between language and memory, and examine your relationship through a scientific lens.

With Experiments for Newlyweds as your guide, you and your spouse can learn more about one another, engage your inner scientist, and have fun strengthening your relationship. The perfect funny wedding gag gift for couples or honeymoon gift for couples, this book will lead you to some exciting breakthroughs!

Experiments for Newlyweds is the perfect wedding or gag bridal shower gift (or as a gift for the groom!) and will be a hit at engagement parties.

Praise For Experiments for Newlyweds: 50 Amazing Science Projects You Can Perform with Your Spouse

"His summaries and takeaways make for a creative introduction to both research and commitment...With easy-to-reproduce conditions that reinforce proven lessons on how to work together on budgeting, charity, travel, and division of household responsibilities, as well as generally being kind to each other." — Psychology Today

Sourcebooks, 9781492669760, 288pp.

Publication Date: April 2, 2019

About the Author

SHAUN GALLAGHER, who was a newlywed in 2007 and is now the father of three ongoing science experiments, has worked for Forbes and Men's Journal. He lives outside Wilmington, Delaware.