At each table a pair of scientists and/or social scientists sat across from each other, talking for five minutes until the buzzer rang with a one-minute warning.
For Cohen, the project is satisfying as a study in social psychology- on how people choose their partners.
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Registration is now open for the Indiana CTSI’s upcoming retreat Monday, April 24, at Indiana University Bloomington.
This year’s event will feature programming focused on team science and public health impacts related to translational research, including keynote speakers from the National Institutes of Health, the University of Kentucky, and the American Cancer Society.
Bertenthal learned that cognitive scientist Peter Todd had run a series of speed-dating events as part of his research on how people choose their mates and his interests extended to how other kinds of human partnerships form as well.
Discussions led to the current project: A two-year speed-networking study.
See the full agenda below, and please register by 4 p.m.
Monday, April 17, to reserve your space at the event.
Speed dating, an increasingly popular way for singles to meet, involves sessions in which men and women have numerous "mini dates" with up to 30 different people, each date lasting anywhere from three to seven minutes.