Jonathan Beber, MA

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As a research analyst, Mr. Beber is responsible for providing statistical analyses to the numerous ongoing studies at eHarmony Labs. He brings with him expertise in quantitative methods in psychological research, as well as expertise in personality theory and assessment. Prior to joining eHarmony, Mr. Beber worked with the Center for Public Policy Research at University of California, Davis providing statistical and methodological consulting on various projects for the state of California. He also previously conducted research validating personality assessments, as well as investigating the stability of personality over the lifetime and examining external factors that could influence changes in personality. Mr. Beber holds a Masters degree in Quantitative Psychology from University of California, Davis and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Kansas.

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Hunger Could Be Getting in the Way of Your Dating Life

If it’s been a little while since your last meal, you should really think about eating again soon if you’re single and looking. Find out why here.

Stay Together For the Couch?

Commitment is really what sets a more serious relationship apart from casual dating. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself what commitment entails, and how this could affect your relationship?

Peacocking – What Kind of Message Are You Giving With Your Flashy Expensive Items?

What kind of people tend to buy the flashiest and most expensive things to show their wealth and what kinds of dating goals do they have? Read here to find out how peacocking comes across to potential dates.

How “The Game” Can Affect Your Dating Life

With the never ending amount of dating advice out there, there are some books that see dating as a game and offer comprehensive guides to pick up dates easily. How can these types of books alter the way you date? Read here to find out.

Taking the Distance Out of a Long Distance Relationship

Long distance relationships can be pretty tough. But making the transition back to a geographically close relationship can be even more troublesome. Read here for tips on how to ease back into seeing each other every day.

The Skinny Truth – Does Weight Affect Happiness in Relationships?

We are a culture that is obsessed with body image. How can your fitness affect your romantic relationships? Read here to find out what the latest research is saying.

Being Thankful Can Lead to a Stronger Relationship

Can being thankful and showing gratitude to your significant other create a stronger relationship? Read here to discover how powerful gratitude can be in influencing your relationship.

To Text or Not To Text? Dating and Your Mobile Phone

When you are starting a new relationship, how should you use your phone? Should you call or text them? What kind of underlying signals are you sending along with your text message? Read here to find out.

Jealousy in an Online World

Jealousy is a common thing among couples, but what is really causing all these feelings of distress? How does it apply to newer means of communication like online relationships? Read here to find out.

Forbidden Fruit: The Cause and Effects of Temptation

When you are in a committed relationship, you are inevitably going to find other people physically attractive. But what kind of effects can this extra-attraction have on your relationship, and what is causing this underlying taboo desire? And most importantly, what can you do about it? Read here to find out what the latest research says about attraction outside of your relationship.

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