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Study Oveview
Results
Discussion
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Research Project #14 - 2003
:: How to Pick the Right One? ::
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Results

The results of the study are shown below (where M = male answer and F = female answer):
Study Overview

In 2003, American chemical engineer Libb Thims polled 50 people (28 women and 33 men) as to what rule of thumb they would use to pick the right one (person to marry)?

Male perspective
In particular, male respondents were given the question such that if they were going to give some man-to-man advice to their little nephew as to a rule-of-thumb on how to pick the right person to marry (supposing that they had three to choose from).

Female perspective
Similarly, the female respondents were given the question such that if they were going to give some woman-to-woman advice to their little niece as to a rule-of-thumb on how to pick the right person to marry (supposing that they had three to choose from).  
Discussion

These data sets were used by Thims as "point-of-view" references in the development of the sciences of human chemistry and human thermodynamics and used as discussion pieces in the construction of the beta-stage science-based pair matching site ReactionMatch.com.