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"Eighty years of relationship science has reliably shown you can't predict whether a relationship succeeds based on information about people who are unaware of each other," he said.The algorithms are proprietary and were not shared with the researchers. We reviewed the literature and feel safe to conclude they do not," he said.That said, there are two problems," report author Eli Finkel, an associate professor of psychology at Northwestern University, said in an interview.First, poring over seemingly endless lists of profiles of people one does not know, as on Match.com, does not reveal much about them.Spring is around the corner and it makes one wonder when the lucky in love train will be arriving.With the change of seasons, singles are calling and writing in record numbers seeking help and guidance with an achy pain and frustrated feeling. Just like you may do a spring cleaning of your wardrobe and check your medical health at the beginning of the season, it's also time for a digital checkup on the reasons why you're not successful with online dating, or any dating for that matter.
"Online dating is a terrific addition for singles to meet.
They do the work and they don't complain about it, well not usually.
This is what someone does when they pursue what they're looking for. As women, we are trained to wait for the man to find us. We don't search as often and we don't send ten emails to men every day. Not swiping means you just might be waiting and waiting.
Second, it "overloads people and they end up shutting down," Finkel said.
He compared it to shopping at "supermarkets of love" and said psychological research shows people presented with too many choices tend to make lazy and often poor decisions.If you want a little more help in making matches, you may want to try our Silver Award winner, Spark, which uses a personality test based on colors to represent sets of characteristics.