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This study sought to answer if there is a correlational relationship between an individual’s emotional intelligence quotient and individual use of dating applications such as tinder or bumble. Participants from the Lindenwood University Participant Pool and the researcher’s social network were asked to answer anonymously to a two-part survey. The first part of the survey had the participants self rate their emotional intelligence by answer nineteen questions, and the second part of the study asked questions about an individuals habits and experience with online dating applications. A total of 77 participants completed the study, and their ages ranged between 18 and 55 years old. Upon the completion of statistical analysis, no statistically significant was found though more data could be collected.

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