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The Benjamin Franklin Effect The Science of Love

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In order for a relationship to be successful, both partners need to feel invested. This theory was proven by the one and only Benjamin Franklin, who stated that the more time, effort, or work you put towards a person, the more you're personally investing in them and the more you want it to work out. In this episode, we put real couples to the test to show you how it works. Watch more episodes of The Science of Love every Tuesday on SoulPancake: MORE FROM SOULPANCAKE: SUBSCRIBE for new videos every weekday: SPOONFUL, our weekly dose of good stuff from across the web: STORE: our BOOK: us on FACEBOOK: us at: Visit our WEBSITE: by: Mike Bernstein and Matt PittmanDirected by: Mike BernsteinProducer: Matt PittmanHosted by: Julian HuguetCinematographer: Yuki NoguchiProduction Designer: Flower Cole1st AD: Basel OwiesEditor: David SommerProduction Manager: William CubbonProduction Coordinator: Rebecca MaProduction Support: Nate VaughnProduction Support: Ben TaylorProduction Support: Joseph WaggonerB Cam Op: Richie Yau1st AC DIT: Loie Russell-TempletonCam Op Gaffer: Andrew FichCam Op Key Grip: Allen Richard CardArt Directo: Tricia RobertsonSet Decorator: Marcy SilverMakeup: Taylor TompkinsOn Set Sound Mixer: Ben AdamsVFX & Title Sequence: Cameron ClarkPost Sound Designer & Mixer: Matt SchwartzColorist: Trevor DurtschiFeatured Participants: Adrienne Marquand, Sean Scofield, Sonia Alcazar, Brett Collier, Brendan Troy, Michelle Matule, Erin Navarette, Jordan Crabb MUSIC:All song by Lullatone. Check out there music at http://



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