When dating online follow your genes

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For his complex but lovely discussion of the subject, see here." like attractiveness or physical fitness, tend to follow the second pattern: Everyone prefers hotter, fitter people, but hot, fit people show a stronger preference for people like them.But there is evidence to suggest my desire for eau de Stinky Man was signalling important insights into our compatibility.Indeed, one famous study found women were most attracted to the smell of men with different major histocompatibility complex (MHC) genes to their own.We test a number of genetic variations known (through peer reviewed scientific research) to have some effect on, for example, your physical fitness, tendency to be better at strength or endurance based activities, your metabolism, and your sensitivity to a high fat diet.Then we provide workout and nutritional advice based on your genetic results.

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For intelligence, women follow the first pattern: Those who describe themselves as intelligent prefer men who describe themselves as intelligent, and women who don’t prefer men who don’t.

Men follow the second pattern: All men prefer women who describe themselves as intelligent, but men who describe themselves as intelligent display a stronger preference.

Nonetheless, people differ substantially in their use of online media and researchers are interested in finding out why people differ so much.

For instance, do genetic differences between people affect their engagement with online media?

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