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Do Dating Apps Lower Your Standards? Online Dating May Make Singles Ignore ‘Ideal Mate’ Wish List Traits
As many as 40 percent of Americans currently use online dating platforms, according to eHarmony. The technology-driven websites are engineered to help singles find their ideal match, but a new study from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has found that most dating app users aren’t reaching out to people with desirable traits. The findings — published in journal Cyberpsychology, Behaviour and Social Networking — described the tendency of online daters who typically share their ‘ideal’ partner preference, but don’t often contact potential dates matching the listed qualities. Read More….
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