Are there scientific secrets on how to successfully online date? Are there proven ways to stay afloat and be rescued by romance in the vast online dating pool? Two doctors, whose study of online dating methods has earned coverage from many media organizations including the BBC and the New York Times, say yes.
The Science of Online Dating
In Clueless, Dateless, Loveless: There is No Catch; Find Your Perfect Match, doctors Khalid Khan from London’s prestigious Women’s Health Research Unit at Queen May University of London (School of Medicine and Dentistry), and Sameer Chaudhry, a clinical assistant professor of medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, have turned their scientific paper into an easy-to-read guide to the often mystifying process of trying to find a romantic partner online.
From what color should be worn in a profile picture to what should be said in an initial email exchange, they have the online relationship advice and answers the public is looking for — all backed by scientific and psychological research on the topic. While there are many who claim to have unlocked the secrets of Internet dating and offer various tips for online dating, Clueless, Dateless, Loveless: There is No Catch Find Your Perfect Match is the only one that is based on peer-reviewed studies of human behavior.
Now in the Form of an Easy to Read Book!
Their original 2015 paper, published in the British Medical Journal’s Evidence Based Medicine, struck a chord and caused a stir in the online dating world.
The authors have now converted this science into a jargon-free book for the general public. They present their findings from more than 100 studies on the art of attraction and persuasion in lay language that’s easy to comprehend.By using this book, readers will be able to set up an online dating profile without uncertainty and anxiety. They will know what to say about themselves with confidence, conveying their stories in a marketable and attractive light.