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In online dating, misrepresentation of the self is an issue of particular relevance. Previous studies have Previous uni bonn dating have shown that searching for a mate online is accompanied by a high risk of being deceived.
This paper focuses on the rarely-considered perspective of the receivers of deception. Our study will first investigate deception patterns of men and women in online dating profiles. In a second step, modes of detecting deception e-mail, telephone, face-to-face, etc.
Using online survey data of 3, users of a German dating site, uni bonn dating show 1 gender-specific deception patterns: Women are more likely to misrepresent their physical attractiveness; men are more likely uni bonn dating misrepresent information on marital status, intended relationship, and height.
Women are more likely to detect specific male deceptions during e-mail communication in an early stage of dating, whereas men are more likely to detect specific female deceptions uni bonn dating the first face-to-face meeting. These results highlight the link uni bonn dating different kinds of deception, characteristics of the receiver and its detection via different communication technologies.
Implications of the results for the mating process are discussed.