The end result would be a profile that read like a good article or book jacket instead of a dating ad, and when someone reached the end of it, they’d want to read more and contact the person.

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Fiore and colleagues analyzed the dating profiles with a software tool known as the Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC) (Pennebaker, Francis and Booth, 2001).

The LIWC allows written passages to be analyzed (an analysis of the meaning of the words or phrases).

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From famous loves to quick hookups, to who is dating who, you will find all the celebrity dating history here.However, research suggests that we may be able to "read between the lines" and tell more about someone from reading their profile, over and above what the profile actually says.Part of a research project by Andrew Fiore and colleagues (Fiore, Taylor, Zhong, Mendelsohn and Chesire, 2010) involved an analysis of dating profile self-descriptions written by males and females.Males were 58 percent of the sample, and the average age of people on the site was 41 for males and 42 for females.In terms of ethnicity, 77 percent reported being Caucasian, 9 percent Hispanic or Latino, 7 percent African American and 1.6 percent Asian.The study also found that while women tend to list more interests than men, men who include interests in their profile receive 125% more communication requests than those who don’t, while women only increase their chances by 25%.