University study on online dating

Dr Gavin, of the University of Bath's Psychology Department, and his co-authors, found that people using the internet rarely used webcams, which allow computer users to see one another, because they preferred the greater anonymity of writing and using the telephone.

The research showed that: # 94 per cent of those surveyed saw their 'e-partner' again after first meeting them, and the relationships lasted for an average of at least seven months, with 18 per cent of them lasting over a year.Of the relationships that had already ended at the time of the survey, 14 per cent had lasted over a year, and four per cent had lasted over two years.### Notes to editors: The 94 per cent success rate (the percentage of those who went on to meet more than once) refers to the most significant online relationship that the respondents had, not to all their online relationships.High and Crystal Wotipka, lead author of the study and graduate teaching assistant in the UI’s Department of Communication Studies, wanted to know how people who use these sites respond to different ways people present themselves online.What they discovered is most people in their study were drawn to individuals whose profiles were positive but not over-the-top glowing. If you can name something or provide people with a link to get there, then do it.

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