Raymond fisman dating
The authors rely on a lot of interesting anecdotes and so the book is not very technical in nature.
This really fit what I was looking for and made the book a quick read, but I'm sure it would be less satisfying for someone with a graduate degree in the social sciences.
The role of attractiveness in mate selection: individual variation On average, perceptions of attractiveness were very strongly predictive of how often people were interested in seeing someone again.
Some people said yes to almost everyone, casting a wide net, whereas others were more stingy with their yeses.
People scored each other on a 1-to-10 scale and indicated whether or not s/he wanted to date the other.
So a few things can happen: This also presented interesting dating styles.
A few years ago I downloaded speed dating data from experiments conducted by Raymond Fisman, et al.
(2005), which represents about 8,000 dates by 551 people.