The authors of the popular self-help book The Rules claim they can help women capture a perfect man and lure him into marriage. All you have to do is follow a list of relatively simple rules, which essentially equate to playing hard to get. For example, according to The Rules, … [Read more...] about Wanna Snag a Man? Don’t Follow “The Rules”
One of the things we like to do here at Science of Relationships is to let you know when we see relationship “mis-information” being pushed out there in media-land. Here’s a good one! Recently, a major national newspaper contacted us for our views on an op-ed piece written by … [Read more...] about Are Romance Novels “Addictive”?
If you’re one of our many frequent visitors you know that we recently wrote about the validity of the data presented on OKCupid’s blog. I’m not going to rehash the points raised there, but did want to note a few additional things related to the recent OKTrends post “10 Charts … [Read more...] about Is Twitter Bad for Relationships?
OKCupid is a popular online dating site, and the creators also run a blog called OKTrends in which they describe patterns of their consumers' behavior with a whole lot of number crunching. The findings they publish are interesting and thought provoking (for example, when women … [Read more...] about OKTrends – Are Their Data Valid?
Recently, "a new study" showing that facebook is increasingly given as a reason for divorce has been making its way around the internet. Most of the articles on this topic cite a study conducted by by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. I've requested more … [Read more...] about Does Facebook Cause Divorce and Infidelity?