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Published on Oct 2, 2012
Dr. Ogi Ogas and Dr. Sai Gaddam both received their PhDs in computational neuroscience from Boston University, where they designed mathematical models of cognition. Ogi used his knowledge of cognition to reach the million dollar question on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and to battle Jeopardy phenom Ken Jennings in the finals of Grand Slam. Ogi and Sai first collaborated during Ogi's Millionaire run when Sai designed a knowledge retrieval system as Ogi's phone-a-friend.
In A Billion Wicked Thoughts, they analyze the most extensive data set ever assembled on human desire. They document the most private behavior of more than one hundred million people from around the globe. Want to know what really turns your partner on? Ogas and Gaddam offer the clearest picture ever of the differences between male and female sexuality, gay and straight sexuality, and the teeming diversity of human desire. Their shocking findings overturn conventional wisdom, scientific theory, and political dogma.