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Fifty percent of those relationships started through dating apps or websites, according to Toma’s study.

Dating app users often find the platforms can function as either a means to solely hook up, or an opportunity to form a relationship.Perhaps you are really busy professionally, or you have moved into a new atmosphere, like college, and don’t know anyone.” “My relationship, begrudgingly thanks to Tinder, is more than I could have ever anticipated.I’m so happy that things have turned out the way they have, based on Tinder’s reputation as a strictly hook-up app.” found that meeting a long-term partner via dating apps or websites is not all that uncommon.She said dating apps like Tinder provide a limited amount of information, primarily focused on visual presentation through photographs and a brief biography.With the feature of swiping left or right, Tinder users make fast, split-second decisions based on immediate physical attraction.“The hallmark of this idealization loop is that it makes online interactants experience greater social and/or romantic attraction toward their partners than they would have experienced had the interaction taken place face-to-face.”Giving users the option to list their occupation and school reflects an opportunity to showcase social status.University Health Services originally stressed the importance of healthy dating in the Tonight program, a sexual violence awareness program for first-year and transfer students, Carmen Noveldt, assistant director of End Violence on Campus, said.

While the Tonight program will be phased out by fall 2017, an updated program will replace it.

This can be problematic, however, and lead to what Toma called “idealization,” in which one person mentally fills in the blanks with information fitting an existing stereotype.

This can be precarious for dating, prompting imagined qualities of a prospective partner that may not be correct.“The hallmark of this idealization loop is that it makes online interactants experience greater social and/or romantic attraction toward their partners than they would have experienced had the interaction taken place face-to-face,” Toma said.

“It empowers students to really think through who they want to date,” Noveldt said.

“Long term and short term, what are their deal breakers?

UW junior Jack Larson’s experiences with both Tinder and Grindr have been primarily negative, he said, criticizing the hook-up culture he witnessed, though he was successful in finding a few short-term relationships and friendships.