With the surplus of niche dating sites that have been popping up, singles can find quite specific matches for themselves--everything from farmers to Trekkies.But earlier this month, when a NYC-based speed dating organization held an event for skinny people only, they created a bit of controversy.found that individuals with the Dark Triad traits (narcissism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism) are more likely to have studied business and economics.These results show that your personality, particularly having a “dark” personality, may influence your educational choices.This is a terrible way to make progress to be able to discuss many different topics required to be fluent in a language.While I continue to meet people that I Speed dating is a relatively new concept, apparently started by Jewish communities in the late 90s to help shy people pair-off.So how do you tell a psychopath from your average Joe?Well, according to a new study, it may help to see what they studied in college; psychopaths are more likely to be into business courses.
According to , the study was specifically done before the students started their studies, so that any personality differences could not be attributed to the course’s socialization effect, but rather give true insight into the tie between course selection and personality.
In other words, they wanted to see which personalities were originally drawn to these subjects, not what effects the subjects had on an individual's personality.
On the other hand, students who studied psychology scored relatively lower on the dark personality scale. While it may seem like a less-than desirable personality, it may benefit some people.
The event description read:"We all have relationship 'deal-breakers', and that does not make us shallow, we're just single New Yorkers that know what we want and are attracted to."Agreed.
Having an appearance preference, when it comes to dating, doesn't make anyone shallow.