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And people are terrible at figuring out what they actually want in the first place.
Studies of speed dating have shown that the people daters reported interest in frequent don’t actually fit with their outline of an ideal match.
As Ok Cupid’s site puts it: “We don’t claim to evaluate you perfectly, but we do claim to find someone who claims to fulfill your claimed requirements, exactly.” But there is little proof that what people like online corresponds to what they like offline.The promise is that there is a scientific method of systematizing all the mystery and happenstance of human attraction.But all that science, it turns out, isn’t quite so scientific.Setting people up The governing philosophies of most dating sites are rooted in either setting people up based on the idea that both people are either alike or that their differences complement one another.EHarmony, for example, was founded by a clinical psychologist who felt most marriages that ended involved people whose personalities were too different.
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