The Science of Love by eHarmony Labs

EHOlympians Inofgraphic
August 16, 2016

The Most Desirable eHarmony Users Revealed: Think Olympic Sports!

With the 2016 Summer Olympics under way, eHarmony conducted an exploratory analysis looking at individuals who play summer Olympic sports. See what interesting differences we found here.

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how to get over someone
May 16, 2016

Recovery from Rejection Depends on Your Personal Outlook

Your romantic partner can be your best friend, your activity buddy, and your confidant. When a relationship ends, this source of approval and support is suddenly gone. This can be particularly difficult when your partner instigates the breakup, leaving you trying to understand why the relationship ended. Dealing with the feelings of rejection can take several potential […]

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great new years resolutions
March 15, 2016

Are Eco-Friendly Daters More or Less Attractive?

Caring for the environment is an important topic these days. But how can it affect your dating life? Read here to find out.

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eharmony espanol
December 3, 2015

Understanding Relationships Cross-Culturally

At eHarmony, we have a dedicated team of psychologists who study romantic relationships to determine what creates a compatible couple. In preparation for our Spanish-language site that recently launched (www.eharmony.com/espanol), we conducted a new marriage research project, comparing couples in the US and several Spanish-speaking countries to better understand what aspects are most important to happy […]

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dating and friendship
November 30, 2015

Why Friendship Matters to Your Health

We spend a lot of time and energy pursuing and maintaining romantic relationships, but what about our other social ties? While finding a compatible partner is a very important endeavor, psychological research shows that there are huge benefits to having a larger social network that includes close friends. What kind of benefits? Friends can fulfill […]

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dating tips
September 1, 2015

The Definition of Love

Love is all around us. But what does it really mean to be in love? Psychologists have spent years defining love, and have found 3 main traits of a loving relationship.

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personality of spouse affects career success
June 11, 2015

How Your Partner’s Personality Affects Your Workplace Success

Imagining the perfect relationship partner, it’s easy to list off desired traits, whether you are looking for a film buff who will discuss the latest Cannes nominees or a fitness enthusiast who will run a half-marathon with you. You may think about all of the interesting and exciting experiences that you can share together. What […]

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laughter and dating
June 10, 2015

Want First Date Success? Share a Few Laughs

A sense of humor has been shown to be the most important thing to daters time and time again. But what happens when you share a laugh? How can it affect your budding relationship? Read here to find out.

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whatdomenthinkaboutstrongwomen
April 2, 2015

Headstrong? Opinionated? Guys Dig That

If you’re a single woman who has a brain and a backbone, you may suspect that these things are working against you in the dating arena. Maybe you read a dating guide that instructed you not to choose the restaurant or argue about politics. You need to let the man be the man! So hold […]

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jealousy
March 19, 2015

Are Men and Women More Threatened by Emotional or Sexual Infidelity?

The green eyed monster — chances are most people have experienced, at least once, the not-so-pleasant feeling of jealousy. In fact, the term “green-eyed monster” was coined as far back as 1603 in the Shakespearian play, The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice: Beware of jealousy, my lord! It’s a green-eyed monster that makes […]

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