Online dating honesty
In this study, we examined online deception across four different online venues (i.e., social media, online dating, anonymous chat rooms, and sexual websites) in a sample of 272 U. adults (average age = 32.22 years) recruited through Amazon’s MTurk.
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Though leaders in the field of morality have insisted for centuries that honesty is the best policy, it's a safe bet that they may have thought twice if they'd had a chance to get a load of the following way-too-honest tinder profiles.
When it comes to online dating, trolling for shameless hook-ups, or anything in between, there's a fine line between too little and way too much information.
In terms of types of lie, most (55–90%) believed that others were at least lying about their age, gender, activities, interests, and appearance across the four online venues.
Ninety percent expected others to lie at least sometimes about their appearance (most expected lie type) and 55% expected others to lie at least sometimes about their gender (least expected lie type).