Dr Mairi Macleod is a behavioural biologist who – and after many years of writing, researching and consulting on human behaviour around relationships – has developed strategies to help women in midlife find the love they crave – all using peer-reviewed science and her behavioural knowledge and experience.
Mairi started out her career studying animal behaviour, and for her Ph.D researched the mating and reproductive strategies of wild samango monkeys in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. She has written extensively on human behaviour, relationships, and competition for New Scientist Magazine, The Guardian, The Observer, The Sunday Times, The Independent, Huffington Post, Psychology Today and many more. She lectures at the University of Edinburgh, and she runs workshops and speaks on the science of attraction, relationships, health & wellbeing, and success at work for women.
What monkeys can teach us about dating
An evolutionary biologist reveals 5 lessons she learned about relationships from studying monkeys
9 things to expect from midlife dating
Cosmo Landesman explores the pitfalls of returning to the dating scene
‘I went to a sex club after my divorce’
After her divorce, one woman decided to visit a sex club. The results surprised her
How to find Mr Right in midlife
A biologist’s approach to dating shows that embracing our power and shunning alpha males will get us what we want