Science tells us what poor Gertrude and Lester already knew: People shun singles with ugly names, and those poor sods kinda hate themselves too.
Can’t argue with science: Feeling attractive and acting accordingly will score you more numbers than simply being attractive. Here, we break down three fascinating studies that prove it.
Need a new scapegoat for your long line of failed relationships? A new study posits that your ability to love, trust and resolve arguments with loved ones stems from how your mom treated you as an infant.
Men overestimate women’s desire for them. Women underestimate how much guys like them. But scientists insist the mismatch actually makes perfect sense.
New research shows that our approach of laundry-listing our ideal qualities and looking for a partner who has them all is — wait for it — useless.
Researchers determine which lines are charmers and which fall flat. (Spoiler alert: If you’re gorgeous, you can kinda say anything.)
During the summer, when everybody looks imminently jump-able, the last thing we want to do is settle down. But when we put on some clothes already, the world no longer seems brimming with options and we want to settle.
New science flies in the face of the idea that you sleep better when you have the whole bed to yourself.
New research explains why someone playing hard to get is hotter than ever — and we explain how to use this to your advantage.
A phenomenon known as “misattribution of arousal” can explain why sharing a scary experience with your date may increase your chances at love.