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Office: Young Hall 102FEmail: [email protected] Vitae Paul Eastwick’s research investigates how people initiate romantic relationships and the psychological mechanisms that help romantic partners to remain committed and attached.
One of his research programs examines how the qualities that people say are critically important to them in a romantic partner—their ideal partner preferences—direct romantic partner selection and retention. Replicability and other features of a high-quality science: Toward a balanced and empirical approach.
“How Asians are treated in the dating market is highly gendered,” University of Texas Austin Assistant Professor of Sociology Ken-Hou Lin told NBC News, “Asian women often receive similarly favorable treatment as white women do, while Asian men experience a level of discrimination that is comparable to black men.” Now, however, multiracial Asian Americans who self-identified as “Asian-white” were among the most popular of the racial groups.
According to Professor Lin, “Both [multiracial] Asian-white women and men receive acceptance that are similar to those of whites.
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Pair-bonded relationships and romantic alternatives: Toward an integration of evolutionary and relationship science perspectives.
Desirable but not smart: Preference for smarter romantic partners impairs women’s STEM outcomes. [Download Article]Vacharkulksemsuk, V., Reit, E., Khambatta, P., Eastwick, P.