After demystifying the creepy pickup artist, Assistant Professor Amanda Denes is back to help us understand the delicate art of pillow talk. While pillow talk is understood to maintain intimacy and security in a relationship as well as an effective setting to continue the Star Wars/Star Trek debate, Denes was interested in the disparity in how people opened up to their sexual partners during the horribly scientifically named 'post-coital time interval.'** In an article for UConn, she writes:
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