Human psychology and dating
Human psychology and dating - Online sex
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According to Maclean’s Magazine (2013) an estimated 30 to 40 million North Americans now use online dating sites to look for love.
Contributing over $1.5 billion to the industry, a quarter of all Canadians have tried Internet dating and 16 percent have had cybersex.
This fast growing social phenomenon has caught the attention of many cognitive psychologists and sociologists across the country who have begun to study the online dating experience in an attempt to understand how it impacts human behavior and affects social norms.
More specifically, many researchers are using science to dispel the myths and uncover the truths about digital dating. Jeremy Dean, a psychologist and author of Psy Blog, addresses these myths in his article entitled, After looking at what some of the research says about online dating, how does it measure up to your own personal experiences?