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Online dating: A critical analysis from the perspective of psychological science
EJ Finkel, PW Eastwick, BR Karney, HT Reis, S Sprecher
Psychological Science in the Public interest 13 (1), 3-66, 2012
12102012
Sex differences in mate preferences revisited: Do people know what they initially desire in a romantic partner?
PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel
Journal of personality and social psychology 94 (2), 245, 2008
7222008
Language style matching predicts relationship initiation and stability
ME Ireland, RB Slatcher, PW Eastwick, LE Scissors, EJ Finkel, ...
Psychological science 22 (1), 39-44, 2011
6172011
The predictive validity of ideal partner preferences: a review and meta-analysis.
PW Eastwick, LB Luchies, EJ Finkel, LL Hunt
Psychological bulletin 140 (3), 623, 2014
4292014
Familiarity does indeed promote attraction in live interaction.
HT Reis, MR Maniaci, PA Caprariello, PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (3), 557, 2011
3742011
The psychology of close relationships: Fourteen core principles
EJ Finkel, JA Simpson, PW Eastwick
Annual Review of Psychology 68 (1), 383-411, 2017
2892017
Perceived, not actual, similarity predicts initial attraction in a live romantic context: Evidence from the speed‐dating paradigm
ND Tidwell, PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel
Personal Relationships 20 (2), 199-215, 2013
2842013
Speed‐dating as an invaluable tool for studying romantic attraction: A methodological primer
EJ Finkel, PW Eastwick, J Matthews
Personal Relationships 14 (1), 149-166, 2007
2832007
Machine learning uncovers the most robust self-report predictors of relationship quality across 43 longitudinal couples studies
S Joel, PW Eastwick, CJ Allison, XB Arriaga, ZG Baker, E Bar-Kalifa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19061-19071, 2020
2662020
When and why do ideal partner preferences affect the process of initiating and maintaining romantic relationships?
PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel, AH Eagly
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (5), 1012, 2011
2332011
Best research practices in psychology: Illustrating epistemological and pragmatic considerations with the case of relationship science.
EJ Finkel, PW Eastwick, HT Reis
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (2), 275, 2015
2222015
The attachment system in fledgling relationships: an activating role for attachment anxiety.
PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (3), 628, 2008
2172008
Is it a game? Evidence for social influence in the virtual world
PW Eastwick, WL Gardner
Social Influence 4 (1), 18-32, 2009
2032009
Speed-dating
EJ Finkel, PW Eastwick
Current Directions in Psychological Science 17 (3), 193-197, 2008
2032008
Selective versus unselective romantic desire: Not all reciprocity is created equal
PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel, D Mochon, D Ariely
Psychological Science 18 (4), 317-319, 2007
1822007
Is traditional gender ideology associated with sex-typed mate preferences? A test in nine nations
PW Eastwick, AH Eagly, P Glick, MC Johannesen-Schmidt, ST Fiske, ...
Sex Roles 54, 603-614, 2006
1812006
Mispredicting distress following romantic breakup: Revealing the time course of the affective forecasting error
PW Eastwick, EJ Finkel, T Krishnamurti, G Loewenstein
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 800-807, 2008
1722008
Implicit and explicit preferences for physical attractiveness in a romantic partner: a double dissociation in predictive validity.
PW Eastwick, AH Eagly, EJ Finkel, SE Johnson
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (5), 993, 2011
1702011
“Going out” of the box: Close intercultural friendships and romantic relationships spark creativity, workplace innovation, and entrepreneurship.
JG Lu, AC Hafenbrack, PW Eastwick, DJ Wang, WW Maddux, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (7), 1091, 2017
1662017
Beyond the pleistocene: using phylogeny and constraint to inform the evolutionary psychology of human mating.
PW Eastwick
Psychological Bulletin 135 (5), 794, 2009
1662009
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