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Carbino chose her research topic after using an online dating site herself. ”She signed on with JDate, an online dating site for people seeking Jewish partners, and found herself intrigued.
“I’d always been interested in the eternal question of ‘What do men and women want? As her dating future unfolded before her on a computer monitor, she found herself wondering what exactly appealed to her in certain men’s profiles, and why some men responded and some didn’t when she sent them emails expressing interest in connecting.
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Her findings, she said, bring the factor of attractiveness into the realm of “assortative mating” — choosing a mate who is similar in factors like education, religion, race and income.