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But how often does speed dating generate an exchange of contact information and a date? SFU economist Lucas Herrenbrueck, who is interested in economic search-and-matching theory, recently used data from a 2005 speed-dating study at Northwestern University, Illinois to estimate how people make decisions during uncertainty.
“It was a neat context in which to analyze the general theory of how people make decisions when they don’t know who else they will meet, and what those people may be looking for,” says Herrenbrueck.
Still, he says, “some people are judged to be more attractive than others—and it looks like they know it.
This shows they were thinking strategically: they knew they would get more options, and they responded by being more choosey.” Herrenbrueck also discovered that only 22 per cent of meetings became “matches” where contact information was exchanged.But–if at any time you need help, a real-live expert is just a click away (in that little green box on the left of the screen). Anytime you order from Cafe Press, your secret numbers are safe with us.Our commerce transaction system offers .exceptional security with a highly encrypted line.By Justin Wong If your current relationship status this Valentine’s Day is “made dinner for two and ate both,” you may want to start taking notes.“We discovered that the immense processing speed of the blow flies’ photoreceptors in their large sexually dimorphic eyes played a critical role in their visual mate- recognition system,” says Gries, who holds the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Industrial Research Chair in Multimodal Animal Communication Ecology, sponsored by Scotts Canada.