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Looking at the details of these results, I found that the situation had generated, quite specifically, romantic attraction.
Feeling excited, stimulated and aroused is often associated with the people around us, even if they’re not the cause.“If you ask people about their experience of falling in love, over 90 percent will say that a major factor was discovering that the other person liked them,” according to Dr. This idea is affirmed by studying the effectiveness of “playing hard to get.” What’s the best way to play that game?Establish that you’re hard to get in general — but very enthusiastic about the person you’re with.Via Richard Wiseman’s excellent book 59 Seconds: Change Your Life in Under a Minute: As a result of the interviews, the researchers speculated that the best strategy would be to give a potential date the impression that in general you were hard to get (and therefore a scarce resource worth having) but really enthusiastic about him or her specifically.They tested this notion by using some of the same techniques…In other words, men who were observed as the humor producers of the group were nearly Dr.
Aron affirmed that the subjects’ expectation that the other person was going to like them had a huge effect.
Men in the “humor” condition received phone numbers from 42.9% of the female participants and were refused 57.1% of the time.
In comparison, men in the “no humor” condition were refused 84.6% of the time and were only accepted 15.4% of the time.
Consistent with this, Robert Provine analyzed more than 3000 singles ads and found that women were more likely to describe their good humor appreciation ability whereas men were more likely to offer good humor production ability.
Gil Greengross and Geoffrey Miller found in a sample of 400 university students that general intelligence and verbal intelligence both predicted humor production ability (writing captions for cartoons), which in turn predicted lifetime number of sexual partners (a proxy of reproductive success).
and found overwhelming evidence to support their hypothesis. Emotional, personal information exchange promotes powerful feelings of connection.