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She has devoted almost her entire career to working out why we love, whom we love and how we love.And she believes that her findings could help steer the ever-increasing number of single people through the minefield that is modern dating.

Doesn’t nurture have as much to do with it as nature, if not more?'I can’t say it’s entirely hard-wired,’ Fisher says, sipping strong black coffee.'We have this huge cerebral cortex with which we make decisions, yet our life experiences play an enormous role in who we are.But our temperament – whether we are curious, stubborn, aggressive, agreeable – has a real biological basis to it.Experiences shape the brain, but the brain shapes the way we view experiences, too.’ Fisher was born in Connecticut in 1945, one of identical twins, a fact that fired her interest in why we are alike and, of course, why we are different.