In a recent study of 227 clinicians on the Internet, 16% reported using online dating sites, 3% reported accidentally finding a client’s personal ad on such a site, and 2% reported intentionally searching for and finding personal ads belonging to a client (Kolmes & Taube, 2012).
If your clients, students, or supervisors are in a similar age group as your dating pool, it may only be a matter of time before these online encounters occur.
Edward Royzman, a psychology professor at the University of Pennsylvania, asks me to list four qualities on a piece of paper: physical attractiveness, income, kindness, and fidelity.
Similarly to Pawłowski and Dunbar’s (2001) study, sexiness is not statistically significant in either of the heterosexual groups, although the sexual relationship category is statistically significant for homosexual men.
However, even in this subgroup, general relationships based on friendship appear to be more important than sexual relationship.
According to Sedgewick, a psychology grad student, multiple psychological factors contribute to a preferred selfie.
Her research focused on viewing perspectives on the vertical axis.
Results 5.1 Whole corpus results 5.2 Men looking for women 5.3 Women looking for men 5.4 Men looking for men 5.5 Women looking for women 6.
This paper describes the results arrived at using our corpus-based methodology and compares them with those in Pawłowski and Dunbar's (2001) study.Research conducted by a grad student from the University of Saskatchewan’s psychology department says males and females take selfies for online dating profiles differently because of mental tendencies created through thousands of years of evolution.Jennifer Sedgewick’s research, titled ‘Presenting Your Best Self(ie): The Influence of Gender on Vertical Orientation of Selfies on Tinder,’ examined photos from more than 550 profiles on the popular dating app Tinder.If you're not interested in committing to someone, Pearson says, compatibility might be as simple as reasonably good chemistry in the match, a partner with a nice sense of humor, that you can have fun with, or someone that shares your amount of interest in sex."We get clear by going out with different people," he says."You realize you really like this, you don't like this, and x is a deal breaker.This trait game, along with Royzman’s review of the literature on attraction, hints at some of the endless quirks of the online dating marketplace.