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People can be enthusiastic about their interests, but where does that enthusiasm come from? This compilation explores the psychology behind why humans love the things we love.

Hosted by: Hank Green
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Sources:
Why We Love Movie Villains
https://youtu.be/2IkBJogw5G0

Why Are Celebrity Crushes So Intense?
https://youtu.be/lLp1Yr3-KtA

Why You Really Love That Wobbly Table
https://youtu.be/dwBH409PhL4

Why Do Some People Love Horror Movies?
https://youtu.be/7LEvYqiDL_E

The Science Behind the Pimple Popping Phenomenon
https://youtu.be/DVdcOKIouTU
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