Women's hunch

Hunch, intuition, gut-feeling, voice whispering in your ears—whatever you may call it, I have experienced, repeatedly, many instances when my first intuition proved to be right. In this interesting study conducted by Psychologist and Villanova University Associate Professor Rebecca J. Brand, women could intuitively evaluate men’s physical attractiveness from their written online profiles. Without photos,

Love, Lies and What They Learned

Some interesting but not surprising findings from a study of more than one million online dating profiles, conducted by Gerald A. Mendelsohn, a professor in the psychology department at the University of California, Berkeley. 1. 80% of people misrepresent their height and weight on their online dating profile. Women on average report that they are

Fruitless search on online dating?

In this interesting research conducted by Frost, Chance, Norton, and Ariely (Duke University and Harvard Business School), inefficiencies of current dating platforms are revealed in simple numbers: On average, online daters spend 7 times as many hours screening profiles and emailing potential partners than in actual face-to-face discussions. Spending 11-12 hours a week to search

In Romance, Too Many Choices May Hurt

Recent studies found out if the brain is faced with abundant choice, it may make decisions based on what it can evaluate most quickly. Does this apply for love? According to a recent study conducted over speed dates, at smaller events (with less than 24 participants), participants were much more likely to make decisions based

Women's hunch

Hunch, intuition, gut-feeling, voice whispering in your ears—whatever you may call it, I have experienced, repeatedly, many instances when my first intuition proved to be right. In this interesting study conducted by Psychologist and Villanova University Associate Professor Rebecca J. Brand, women could intuitively evaluate men’s physical attractiveness from their written online profiles. Without photos,

Love, Lies and What They Learned

Some interesting but not surprising findings from a study of more than one million online dating profiles, conducted by Gerald A. Mendelsohn, a professor in the psychology department at the University of California, Berkeley. 1. 80% of people misrepresent their height and weight on their online dating profile. Women on average report that they are

Fruitless search on online dating?

In this interesting research conducted by Frost, Chance, Norton, and Ariely (Duke University and Harvard Business School), inefficiencies of current dating platforms are revealed in simple numbers: On average, online daters spend 7 times as many hours screening profiles and emailing potential partners than in actual face-to-face discussions. Spending 11-12 hours a week to search

In Romance, Too Many Choices May Hurt

Recent studies found out if the brain is faced with abundant choice, it may make decisions based on what it can evaluate most quickly. Does this apply for love? According to a recent study conducted over speed dates, at smaller events (with less than 24 participants), participants were much more likely to make decisions based