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HOW DO I LOVE THEE?
The Atlantic Monthly - Boston
Subjects: Dating services; Research; Personal relationships; Web sites
Author: Gottlieb, Lori
Date: Mar 2006
Start Page: 58
Pages: 10
Abstract (Document Summary)

From the moment Match.com, the first such site, appeared in 1995, single people suddenly had twenty-four-hour access to thousands of other singles who met their criteria in terms of race, religion, height, weight, even eye color and drinking habits. With a master's degree in divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, he went on to Fuller Theological Seminary's Graduate School of Psychology, in southern California, where he taught and practiced humanistic psychology (what he calls "client-centered stuff") in the vein of his University of Chicago mentor, Carl Rogers. Galen Buckwalter, eHarmony's research-and-development head, said that rather than relying on self-reports to assess how comfortable a person feels in social situations, his group is developing a model that will use computer simulation to immerse people in scenarios-a bar, a party, an intimate dinner-where variables like gender composition can be altered.

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