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Perhaps nowhere is this truer than in speed dating, during which people decide on someone's romantic potential in just a few seconds.
How they make those decisions, however, is not well understood.
Our free online dating site & mobile apps are full of single women and men in Pasadena looking for serious relationships, a little online flirtation, or new friends to go out with.The paracingulate cortex, in particular, has been shown to be active when the brain is comparing options.This phenomenon was fairly consistent across all participants, says Jeff Cooper, a former postdoctoral scholar in O'Doherty's lab and first author of the paper.Later, the volunteers participated in a real speed-dating event, in which they spent five minutes talking to some of the potential dates they had rated in the f MRI machine.The participants listed those they wanted to see again; if there were any matches, each person in the pair was given the other's contact information.
If someone thought a potential date was more likeable than other people did, then that someone was more likely to ask for a date."Our work shows for the first time that activity in two parts of the DMPFC may be very important for driving the snapshot judgments that we make all the time about other people," O'Doherty says. A few couples were still together six weeks afterward, Cooper says, but the researchers have not followed up.