There is much evidence that being in a good relationship can be beneficial to our health, happiness and general well-being.However, should we resort to online dating in the pursuit of a happy relationship?Research would seem to suggest that online dating may not be the easy answer.This talk focuses on the reasons why we should be cautious in our online dating pursuits.For example, people make bad decisions in online dating.Furthermore, those we contact are often not what they appear to be.Additionally, there is no evidence that the algorithms employed by dating sites and which purport to match us with a desirable partner actually work in reality.
He has researched cognitive processes in web-based learning, the formation and dissolution of romantic relationships online and offline, online persuasion and disinhibition.
He has written over 50 scientific articles, published widely in the field of Internet behaviour, and presented his work at numerous International Conferences.
He writes for Psychology Today magazine and regularly speaks at events in the UK and Internationally.
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