By Dr. Richard A. Dowlat - Claremont Graduate University Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. We've all heard it before; men and women approach sex, dating, romance, etc. very differently. But how, exactly? Online dating gives us some insight into these differences by … [Read more...] about Star Crossed Lovers
By Dr. Richard A. Dowlat - Claremont Graduate University In January 2018, fellow contributing author to ScienceofRelationships.com Dr. Sadie Leder-Elder wrote about the power of proximity – a predominant and very influential factor in building interpersonal … [Read more...] about Proximity Alert
By Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. Ph.D. - Monmouth University Decisions are a part of life. At various times you may need to choose the best vacation spot, job candidate, babysitter, or place to live. Your most important decision may be figuring out your best romantic partner. … [Read more...] about 15 Questions to Determine if Your Relationship is Hall of Fame Material or a Strikeout
By Dr. Richard A. Dowlat - Claremont Graduate University Imagine the following scenario: you are standing in the supermarket looking at a box of cereal in your left hand, and then another box in your right. Your gaze pans up to the shelves in front of you with a … [Read more...] about Too Many Fish in the Sea
By Sadie Leder-Elder Ph.D. - High Point University Have you ever dated someone you worked with? How about someone you lived near? If so, you are already aware of the power of proximity. For more than fifty years relationship researchers have consistently … [Read more...] about Why Do Co-Stars Fall in Love?