Researchers studying speed dating have found we might not need the full 3 minutes to size up a potential partner.
“Although they had three minutes, most participants made their decision based on the information that they probably got in the first three seconds,” Kurzban said. “Somewhat surprisingly, factors that you might think would be really important to people, like religion, education and income, played very little role in their choices.”
> From the University of Pennsylvania
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