Online dating services don’t work, scientists say

CBS News:

Scientists want you to think twice before doubling down on online dating services.

A new study published in the upcoming issue of Psychological Science in the Public Interest is shedding light on the science – or lack thereof – behind online dating services. The psychological scientists who wrote the report hope to indentify how online dating might be hurting singles.

Co-written by Eli J. Finkel (Northwestern University), Paul W. Eastwick (Texas A & M University), Benjamin R. Karney (UCLA), Harry T. Reis (University of Rochester), and Susan Sprecher (Illinois State University), the report reviews over 400 psychology studies and surveys.

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