Michael j rosenfeld online dating


30-Jul-2020 09:23

Rosenfeld has studied mating and dating as well as the internet's effect on society for two decades.Stanford News Service interviewed Rosenfeld about his research.In addition, in our study we found that the success of a relationship did not depend on whether the people met online or not.Ultimately, it doesn't matter how you met your significant other, the relationship takes a life of its own after the initial meeting.It is generating interaction between people that we otherwise wouldn't have.

Meeting online (and particularly meeting through online dating websites) predicts faster transitions to marriage for heterosexual couples.I do not claim to measure any causal effect of Internet technology on relationship longevity or marriage formation.