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Dating apps and sites, especially picture-based ones like Tinder, may be placing too much emphasis on superficial things such as appearance that have little to do with the ability to maintain a relationship.

FOR the young and the single in New York dating has always been a numbers game, whether it is tabulating the guy-to-girl ratio at a bar or guessing at the bank balance of the quarry across the dance floor.

Still, it is not every night that a group of unattached young women in low-slung jeans sit around pondering questions that might stump a mathematician at Caltech, questions like can one plus nine ever equal just nine?

In a press release, Bendixen explained, Meanwhile, men are more likely to use Tinder and similar apps to find either short-term (in some cases short term may mean minutes) or longer-term partners.

After all, at least when you meet someone in a Happy Hour, you can tell if the person is carrying a machete.

Bendixen indicated that "Men more often start conversations and contact matches, and they're more willing to meet partners through dating apps in private settings." Again, willing does not necessarily mean able.

Other studies, such as one from Jessica Strübel, Ph D, and Trent Petrie, Ph D, at the University of North Texas that was published in the journal , have suggested that dating apps and websites can actually erode self-esteem.

Less restricted in sociosexuality is a scientific way of saying "more willing to engage in sexual activity outside of a committed relationship" or "more open to hook-ups" or "ring? " Next time your significant other accuses you of cheating, try saying that you were "not cheating but rather experienced a momentary relaxation of your sociosexuality."  The study also showed that willing doesn't necessarily mean more able.