The study was composed of 151 heterosexual college students who were put through a scenario common to anyone who’s attended a speed-dating event.The students were first shown pictures of potential suitors and were asked to rate how appealing they found these potential suitors on a scale of 1-4.
The feedback will then be aggregated and delivered to you.
We are hosting regular speed dating and simulated professional networking events.
At these events, each participant will have a number of brief interactions with the other guests, after which both individuals will complete a short survey describing their initial impressions.
A new study has confirmed what we all know in our guts — when it comes dating, first impressions matter.
To verify this long-standing belief in the dating world, Trinity College researchers in Dublin, Ireland, conducted a study looking at the way the brain responds to encountering potential matches.