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Swipe right for negative self perception, says research into Tinder users | Science | The Guardian
Tinder users were more dissatisfied with their bodies and more likely to objectify their appearances than those who did not use the app, study shows [...] “People are living in a surreal world, creating these unattainable ideals and expectations that no one can meet,” said lead author Jessica Strübel of the University of North Texas. “It’s creating a 24/7 constant need for impression and appearance management.”
Online  Dating  Tinder  OKCupid  Sociology  Psychology  Selbstdarstellung  Selfie  self-esteem  self-worth  Twitter  Facebook  Instagram  YouTube  mental  health 
august 2016 by asterisk2a
The appeal of narcissists: why do we love people who'd rather love themselves? | Life and style | The Guardian
They deeply believe in their own attractiveness. They're the kings of flattery. They're really really charismatic.
narcissism  Online  Dating  Dating  personality  Selbstdarstellung  Social  Media 
june 2016 by asterisk2a
Lovoo Flirt-App: Hinweise auf gefälschte Profile - SPIEGEL ONLINE
[ nothing new. has been reported before about fake profiles and fake profile activity on german language dating (pay for play) portals. ] Die in dem Datenpaket enthaltenen E-Mails würden nahelegen, dass Lovoo mit erfundenen Profilen arbeitet, die automatisch aktiv werden und andere Nutzer positiv bewerten, heißt es in "c't" weiter. Außerdem sei in den Daten auch der Programmcode einer Software namens "Promoter-Creator" enthalten gewesen. Diese könnte verwendet worden sein, um Fake-Profile auf Lovoo zu erstellen, schreibt das Magazin.
Lovoo  OkCupid  Match.com  Online  Dating  Tinder  Social  Network  Network  effect  user  engagement  customer  retention  customer  acquisition  user  acquisition  user  churn  user  generated  content  MAU  Gamification 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Digital Dating for the A-List | Amuse
thecut.io/1hEjffR dailym.ai/1KnMaLM bit.ly/1I547x0 - // niche of a category. dating for famous one way or another. // "“Just like going to no-name in LA, Paul & Andrés or The Beatrice, you can’t buy your way in – it’s entry by association.”"
Raya  Tinder  celebrity  celebrity  culture  of  You  celeb  Online  Dating  Selbstdarstellung  OkCupid  Match.com 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Pando: The more we Tinder, the more things stay the same
- there is no perfect out there. - The Darkest Truth About Love - youtu.be/fNy5umFAnDo // its the easiest non-scariest thing to do, to swipe. to judge. without anybody know who and why you judged, in your own privacy. vs. in public, picking a person, facing possible rejection and embarrassment. // << “I’m on Tinder, Happn, Hinge, OkCupid,” Nick says. “It’s just a numbers game. Before, I could go out to a bar and talk to one girl, but now I can sit home on Tinder and talk to 15 girls—” - vnty.fr/1KTucX7
sociology  Online  Dating  Dating  Psychology  Tinder  OkCupid  Match.com  humanity  Love  Alain  de  Botton  philosophy  Millennials  mobile  phone  mobile  homescreen  user  behaviour  friction  frictionless 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Tinder is not to blame – dating has always been horrific and weird | Hadley Freeman | Comment is free | The Guardian
The end of romance? Really? Dating apps may have added the word ‘swipe’ to the language of love, but these scare stories are ridiculous
Online  Dating  Tinder  OkCupid  Match.com  PoF  Dating  Social  Media 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Tinder hooks up with Instagram in a perfect match of two rose-tinted, narcissistic apps | PandoDaily
keeping up with the Jones has reached a new low with FB, Instagram, Tinder and Co. // "Instagram isn’t about reality – it’s about a well-crafted fantasy, a highlights reel of your life that shows off versions of yourself that you want to remember and put on display in a glass case for other people to admire and browse through. It’s why most of the photographs uploaded to Instagram are beautiful and entertaining slices of life and not the tedious time in-between of those moments, when bills get paid, cranky children are put to bed, little spats with friends."
Tinder  Instagram  status  symbol  status  anxiety  social  status  socioeconomic  status  superficial  Celebrity  of  You  Selbstdarstellung  Selbstfürsorge  Facebook  narcissism  Online  Dating  Philosophy  social  science  sociology  authenticity 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
▶ Eat Your Kimchi Full Interview Part 1 - YouTube
+ part2 - /watch?v=hLwkRrV4XIg (later part talking about differences [audience, niche, taste] between social networks, tumblr, twitter, facebook) + Our Love Story - /watch?v=1EeZIU_zZzo + TL;DR - How Simon Proposed to Martina - /watch?v=jnpIpdFfk2k + Draw My Life - Simon's Story - /watch?v=1EPO1Zblq3o
relationship  relationships  partnerships  partners  partner  communication  adaulthood  dating  friend  zone  marriage  lifelessons  lifelesson  lifehacks  lifehacker  Social  Media  socialnetwork  socialnetworks  YouTube  Eat  Your  Kimchi  South  Korea 
november 2013 by asterisk2a
Lesenswert. www.psychologie-heute.de
Onlineflirts, die sich zur Paarbeziehung entwickeln, durchlaufen in der Regel eine systematische Abfolge von Medien: Auf die Begegnung im öffentlichen Chat oder Forum folgen private Chats und E-Mails, dann Fotoaustausch, Telefonate, Handymitteilungen und schließlich das persönliche Treffen. Jeder Medienwechsel ist dabei ein Wendepunkt: Gibt der andere seine Telefonnummer preis? Hat man sich auch am Telefon etwas zu sagen? Gefallen die Stimme und das Lachen des Gegenübers? Ein verweigerter oder misslungener Medienwechsel gefährdet oder beendet meist die Beziehung, ein gelungener festigt sie.
relationship  dating  relationships  online  dating 
june 2013 by asterisk2a
Sex and love: The modern matchmakers | The Economist
the data suggest people are not good at knowing what they want. One of Dr Finkel’s own studies, for example, showed that when they are engaged in internet dating’s cousin, speed dating, people’s stated preferences at the beginning of the process do not well match the characters of the individuals they actually like.

Not surprisingly, the difficulty of choosing from abundance seems to apply to choice of people, too.

But speed-dating once again provided an answer. Here, he found studies which showed that when faced with abundant choice, people pay less attention to characteristics that require thinking and conversation to evaluate (occupational status and level of education, for example) and more to matters physical. Choice, in other words, dulls the critical faculties.
internet  dating  dating  choice  psychology  love  sociology  marriage  relationships 
february 2012 by asterisk2a
Mnner-Psychologie: Mit Luxus-Shoppingzumschnellen Sex - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Wissenschaft
Was dem Pfau seine Federpracht, ist dem Mann sein Porsche - so das Fazit einer Studie von US-Psychologen. Das Auto kann dabei durch alle möglichen Luxusgüter ersetzt werden - denn Männer gehen gern teuer einkaufen, um Frauen zu beeindrucken.

University of Texas in San Antonio Studenten beiderlei Geschlechts zu einer Reihe von Tests ein. Sie sollten Geld für bestimmte Dinge ausgeben - allerdings abhängig von unterschiedlichen Szenarien, mit denen ihre Gedanken auf kurz- oder langfristige romantische Beziehungen mit attraktiven Partnern gelenkt wurden. Außerdem maßen die Forscher das grundsätzliche Interesse der Studenten an beiden Beziehungstypen mit einem Fragebogen.

Designerkleidung, exklusives Parfum oder Luxusuhren waren besonders für die männlichen Studenten interessant, die nach flüchtigen erotischen Begegnungen suchten. 

http://psycnet.apa.org/?&fa=main.doiLanding&doi=10.1037/a0021669
psychology  dating  relationship  sexualität  women  men  sexuality  wealth  sex-sells  attention  atraction 
april 2011 by asterisk2a

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