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"At the start of the semester, they asked students in small classes to rate the desirability of their classmates. (Desirability could incorporate non-physical attributes as well as good looks.) When the researchers looked at the ratings, they found that most students agreed on who was hot and who was not. see the review
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Three months later, though, the researchers asked the same students to rate their classmates again. Lo and behold, many of the ratings had changed: the students’ opinions of who was datable had been informed by time together in class. Over time, personality had more of an impact on how desirable someone was. see the review
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More importantly, the students no longer agreed. Their rankings reflected their personal preferences about the non-physical attributes of the other people in the class. Where one classmate might find a student’s earnestness in class endearing, another might dislike it." see the review
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The problem with the study you chose to cite is that going on a second date with someone after an OK first date and being trapped in a classroom with someone for three months, which is the method the researchers were using, are two completely different things! Surely there's a point at which too much exposure to the same person becomes detrimental, but there's nothing in the study that suggests that a simple two or three hour second date meets that threshold. I go back to my main point: a second date after a decent first date is not unreasonable. see the review
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My thoughts are that 1) The 20% number is exaggerated and 2) even if it isn't, statistics are completely meaningless without context. There's nothing in the graph that proves that the declines in the other methods people use to meet their partners are a result of online dating being a better method. There are undoubtedly other factors at play here. Take work for example: the fact that fewer people are meeting at work then they were 40 years ago probably has a lot to do with the declines in male participation in the workforce, and that dating in the workplace has become less socially accepted because of sexual-harassment lawsuits, bands on workplace relationships, etc. Fewer people are meeting at church, because obviously in our increasingly secular society, fewer people are attending church in the first place. I see no evidence in this graph that online dating is making dating any better or easier. see the review
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Since you're recommending studies, Let me recommend one I find really enlightening: New Study Says Couples Who Meet Online May Be More Likely To Break Up see the review
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The study compared couples who met either offline or on dating sites, and found evidence suggesting that 1) couples that met online were more likely to break up 2) couples that met online were less likely to marry and most importantly 3) The buffet of options these dating sites offer actually inhibits relationship formation through grass is greener syndrome. A quote from the woman writer where she admits: see the review
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