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Perceived, Not Actual, Similarity Predicts Initial Attraction in a Live Romantic Context: Evidence from the Speed-Dating Paradigm, Personal Relationships
N. D. Tidwell, P. W. Eastwick, Eli J. Finkel
Tidwell, N. D., P. W. Eastwick, and Eli J. Finkel. 2013. Perceived, Not Actual, Similarity Predicts Initial Attraction in a Live Romantic Context: Evidence from the Speed-Dating Paradigm. Personal Relationships. 20: 199-215.LINK
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