Monday, July 17, 2017

LemonSwan Interviews
LemonSwan Interview Teil 1 "Die LemonSwan Methode"
LemonSwan Interview Teil 2 "Partnersuche im Internet"


LemonSwan is like a bad copycat of eHarmony and others like eDarling / EliteSingles, TeAmoRu, eSync, MiMediaManzana, Marrily using Big Five normative personality test in its core matching algorithm.

I had tested LemonSwan as end user and noticed its matching algorithm uses the Big Five normative personality test to assess personality of daters.

Unfortunately the Big Five normative personality test is obsolete, has been proven as an incomplete and incorrect model of personality   SINCE YEAR 2000!!!  17 long years ago!
Now it is obsolete and a fraud to use the Big Five normative personality test!
The Big Five (Big5, OCEAN, Five Factor Model) normative personality test is the biggest mistake Psychologists made since several years ago.
The Big Five is also known as the Five Factor Model theory of personality traits, a psychological model based on research by Paul Costa and Robert McCrae.


Unless they can prove their method can match prospective partners who will have more stable and satisfying relationships (and very low divorce rates) than couples matched by chance, astrological destiny, personal preferences, searching on one's own, or other technique as the control group in a peer reviewed Scientific Paper for the majority (over 90%) of the members of the site: It is a HOAX, a big FRAUD.

Another FRAUD from the Germans: today ... LemonSwan


At the paper  "Perceptions of Ideal and Former Partners' Personality and Similarity
The authors had written
".... mismatches in personality are a frequently mentioned cause for relationship break-up. If former partners indeed have dissimilar personalities, our findings underline how difficult it is for many people to select a mate with a similar personality, or, alternatively, how little value individuals put on finding a similar partner in terms of personality.
The present study's results, as well as the results found in previous studies (e.g., Eastwick & Finkel, 2008), may be used to educate people, especially singles, about what really matters in long-term relationships, for instance, similarity in personality, instead of complementarity."

Please see also:
"Only the congruent survive - Personality similarities in couples. Personality and Individual Differences"
"Partnership longevity and personality congruence in couples"
The 8 tips to innovate in the Online Dating Industry!

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