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In spite of maxims about so many fish in the sea, for example, recent research tells us that the heart prefers a smaller pond.
In a study in 2011 in the journal , University of Edinburgh psychologist Alison P.
Some years ago I caved to my curiosity and tried it out myself. When the little buzzer went off after three minutes, I often found myself still trying to explain to my bedazzled dating partner why my last name has four syllables (it is Dutch).
Prior research by Lenton and Francesconi provides some insight into why people might struggle with speed dating.I made some beginner’s mistakes; however, I am not alone in having struggled with speed dating.Even if meet-and-greet matching events might seem like the most efficient way to comb through many options at once, a wealth of data reveals that the context in which we make a choice weighs heavily on the outcome.They found that when the number of participants in a speed-dating event increases, people lean more heavily on innate guidelines, known as heuristics, in their decision making.In essence, heuristics are ingrained rules of thumb that allow us to save effort by ignoring some of the information available to us when we evaluate our options.Knowing how your environment influences your mind-set, a quality known as ecological rationality, can help you make the choices that are best for you.