Looking for Love in All the Web Places

Huffington Post:

With Valentine’s Day upon us, there are some interesting conclusions to note from soon-to-be-published research regarding that most 21st-century of romantic developments: the dating website.

In this past weekend’s New York Times Sunday Review, psychologists Eli Finkel and Benjamin Karney provide a preview of their article to appear in this month’s issue of Psychological Science in the Public Interest. The title of the Times column tells their story succinctly: “The Dubious Science of Online Dating.”

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See Eli J. Finkel at the 24th APS Annual Convention: Special Event and PSPI Symposium.

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