Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Who are you online?
Catalina Toma Ph.D.
The good and the bad of managing romantic conflict through technological devices—texting, email, instant messenger.
Why conflict is not the same as fighting, and how conflict can bring couples closer.
Does having more options affect online daters’ evaluation of their potential partner?
Are the dating couples that constantly post about their relationship on Facebook more or less likely to break up?
Facebook is beloved by narcissists because it allows them to self-promote. But do narcissists also receive the attention and social validation they crave on Facebook?
Online dating has been shown to produce slightly but significantly better relationships than traditional dating. This post presents a list of possibilities why this is the case.
Online dating has changed the way we meet romantic partner. This posts discusses the prevalence and success of online dating.
Catalina Toma, Ph.D., is a professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.