Women science and dating
Although it’s not exactly a magic formula, today the team over at has up a detailed guide to creating the so-called “perfect” online dating profile, as told through a series of 25 neat infographics.They worked with data crunchers at Ok Cupid and to identify the 1,000 most popular words on men and women’s profiles and used the results to come up with the blend of activities, photos, favorite movies, and cat references most likely to help you snag a date.However, female artists sing about romantic love in a higher percentage of their songs. According to the researchers, women are expected to focus on love and romantic relationships and have sexually objectified bodies, while men are expected to focus on sexual behavior.The difference is due to gender disparity in the number of songs, with male singers performing a considerably higher percentage of popular songs than female performers during that time period. The researchers media content analysis of 1,250 popular songs showed that gender-based differences in sexuality are indeed common and consistent with gender stereotypes.
Artist information, including genre, was found at allmusic .The younger the woman, the more he spends: The total spent on rings was positively correlated to the annual incomes of both men and women but negatively correlated to women's ages. Research shows, if men didn't need to impress women, they probably wouldn't leave the couch: The results show that if there were no returns to career choices in the marriage market, men would tend to work less, study less, and choose blue‐collar jobs over white‐collar jobs.Among the key findings: About the study: Analysis relied on the Billboard year-end Top 100 songs of the year for 1960 through 2008.The top 50 songs from every even numbered year (e.g., 1960, 1962, 1964, etc.) were analyzed, providing a sample of 250 songs per decade and 1,250 songs total.