New research suggests that the seeds of future romantic partnering patterns are planted in childhood and are visible even before adolescence.
Tinder and similar apps fail to properly address issues of online harm. A lack of policy is to blame, as well as app design features and society's general attitudes towards more minor cases of abuse.
From geopolitical tensions over - very - personal data to user strategies, discover the workings of an industry that is responsible for one in three marriages in the United States.
A relationship psychologist says dating apps probably aren't the best way to find a mate. But if you are using them, he has a few tips.
Many also openly admit to spying on or stalking their partners, suggesting that they may not know that there's anything wrong with the behaviors.
Despite the hype about a "coronial" baby boom, the pandemic is likely to see many Australians delay or not have children at all.
Love in a time of corona.
How do you encourage people to date when social distancing? Apps are trying to figure it out.
Research suggests the impact of dating apps depends on your local dating culture – and that varies hugely around the world.
After the intensity of early courtship, even a healthy, happy relationship can feel lackluster. Psychology researchers have ideas for what can help you perk up your relationship rather than give up.
Love requires imagination. What happens when this imagination spirals?
This Valentine's Day, a researcher reveals some insights after conducting interviews with young university undergrads to explore their sex lives, dating and intimacy.
China has 24 million more men than women of marriageable age, putting some bachelors in a tough spot. Some are now looking abroad for wives – and many have their hearts set on Vietnam.
App users recognise dating apps have some risks but they've developed a range of strategies to help them feel safer and to better negotiate consent and safe sex.
A feminist scholar wrote about her online dating experiences. She wasn't expecting the avalanche of negative anti-feminist comments.
Freedom of choice is a pillar of Western culture. But can too much of it be a bad thing?
If you're overlooking potential romantic partners because they're not who you envisioned as 'the one', it might be time to reassess your approach.
Many of us go through life in the hope of finding the ideal soulmate -- our missing half. The reason may be deeply embedded in religious beliefs.
In some Nigerian universities, wealthy female students engage in trasnactional sex for pleasure, while those that needed financial support did it for the money.
In the late 1970s, 52 percent of 12th-graders hung out with their friends almost every day. By 2017, only 28 percent were doing so.