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Those with children preferred those with children; those without preferred those without.
And people generally prefer those of their own religion.
In general, widely considered positive traits, Dan Ariely, an economist who studies online dating, refers to traits where everyone prefers the same thing as examples of “vertical preferences,” as opposed to “horizontal preferences,” when people prefer those who are similar.
He also finds that horizontal preferences are more important in producing the “birds of a feather” effect.
Women who message significantly older men were calculated to be less attractive than those men, and I could find no evidence that they cared more about income, or less about attractiveness, than women paired with men their own age.
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” to, “Would you consider sleeping with someone on the first date?
” He believes there are obvious questions where opposites would attract, and when I joined Ok Cupid to explore this (my boyfriend was displeased) I found several questions, or traits, for which it seemed like this must be true: You can’t both be on top, for example.
Perhaps the most striking confirmation of the idea that birds of a feather flock together comes from the data of 23and Me, the genetics company where I work.
” We can use our genetic data to find men and women who have had a child together These “trios” are often used in genetics to study, among other things, how genes and diseases are passed from parents to children.
", which lets us see whether similar people tend to pair up using a very different data set.