CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor and Director of the Institute for Behavioral Genetics (IBG) Matt Keller (Behavioral, Psychiatric, and Statistical Genetics) was in the news, being interviewed by Time Magazine about some recent research. The research, published in Nature Human Behavior, suggests that, contrary to popular opinion, opposites do not attract. Despite the seeming evidence to the contrary, the degree of spousal similarity on a large number of measures is quite high. The researchers conducted both a large meta-analysis of previous research and an analysis of a large databank from the U.K. with genetic, health, and behavioral information. Read the Time Magazine article, and/or the original research in Nature Human Behavior.