Posts Tagged ‘online dating research’

29% of Brits Have Run From an Online Date

29% of Brits have run away from an online date

[icon color=”#e96a2a” size=”16px” name=”awesome-file-alt”] April 7, 2014 – A study of Brits, commissioned by Macmillan Cancer Support, has resulted in some interesting statistics when it comes to the subject of online dating. Study results include: > 29% of Brits admit to having run away from a bad online date. > 9 out of 10 Brits…

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Study Reveals Online Dating Pitfalls

(February 8, 2012) A new study has revealed that there are quite a few pitfalls to online dating, including the so called “matching algorithms” that some services use to “match compatible singles”. A team of psychological scientists conducted the study, which is being published this month in the Psychological Science in the Public Interest journal.…

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The Psychology of Online Dating

(December 12, 2011) A professor at Texas A&M says that you need to be aware of a shifting focus when going from online dating to meeting face to face. Paul Eastwick, who is a assistant professor of psychology at the College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M, says about online dating: “It seems that it…

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