Psychology behind dating websites
While most daters I surveyed claimed honesty in their profiles (any eventual meetup would be short-lived if they weren't), one did raise an interesting point about subjectivity: "I'm honest in so far as anyone can be objective about themselves".
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If you encounter difficulties with submission, please email the Peer Review Coordinator, Sarah Dedej.Anything more obvious than this would of course cause problems when the eventual meetup occurs -- it's easy to overlook someone being an inch shorter than advertised, but night on impossible to successfully hide a five stone weight gain without repercussions.The study concludes that these small lies were not merely self-deceptions, but deliberate.The usual criticism of online dating is that it's a hive of airbrushed photos and downright lies, and while there seem to be small deviations from the truth, most experienced daters I spoke to said the people they had met had for the most part represented themselves fairly.A couple of scientific studies come to slightly more critical conclusions, [link url=" saying[/link] that a third of pictures could be considered misleading, while [link url=" other[/link] concluding that misinformation was ubiquitous but in a very mild way: an inch added to the height, or a pound taken off the weight.