Although, past research has found that greater romantic options lead daters to be examine more profiles, use poorer decision-making strategies, choose people who fall outside of their stated preferences and be less likely to commit to just one person.
The paper, published online ahead of print by the journal Media Psychology, found that online daters are less satisfied when choosing from a large set of matches.
As much as we think we want lots of romantic options, it might actually make us less happy with our choices.
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The great thing about apps like Tinder is that they expand the dating pool from a puddle to an ocean.
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