This work begins with psychological and sociological perspectives on online dating and discusses the various types of online dating Web sites.Next, it presents an analysis of user behavior on one site in particular, which has more than 57,000 active users from the United States and Canada.A demographic description of the population is given, and then 250,000 messages exchanged by the active users over an eight-month period are analyzed.
During an intermission of the dance, participants were asked to assess their date.
People with higher ratings were found to have more harsh judgment of their dates.
Furthermore, higher levels of attractiveness indicated lower levels of satisfaction with their pairing, even when they were on the same level.
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Both experiments found support for the principle of matching in social choice.