Understanding the psychology of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and challenging some of the wide-held beliefs and assumptions about dating and relationships.
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Two recent papers documented a nonreciprocal attraction toward co-partisan ideological extremists, termed political acrophily—attraction to extremes.
Four strategies help transform a flirty rapport into a deep and lasting connection.
A new study offers tips on how to make your relationship thrive during Covid-19.
This blog reviews research on satisfaction in CNM relationships, identifies the factors that contribute to satisfaction and dis-satisfaction, and suggests a relationship test.
Self-control is the key to success in life. New research shows it’s important even on the dating scene, whether your goal is a long-term relationship or a one-night stand.
Is your relationship going to last, or is it doomed to failure?
New research adds depth to our understanding of dark personalities.
There has been a large uptick in the number of video dates since the pandemic began, but how do users feel about this approach to online dating?