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Harry Reis

Professor Of Psychology
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Clinical And Social Sciences In Psychology

Areas of expertise: Relationships and emotions: intimacy, attachment, and emotion regulation.

Press contact:
Susan Hagen
susan.hagen@rochester.edu
585.276.4061

Related Links:
Harry Reis Homepage


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Abilene Reporter-News
Does Online Dating Actually Work?
October 08, 2014

Bend Bulletin
Tracking moral behavior via text
September 15, 2014

The New York Times
In a Study, Text Messages Add Up to a Balance Sheet of Everyday Morality
September 11, 2014

New York Magazine
The Weaknesses of Online Dating
July 24, 2014

Fast Company
Looking For A Career Mentor You Love? Let Cold Data Be Your Guide
July 15, 2014

Today.com
Dating in the digital age: How it feels to be a guy rated on Lulu
July 14, 2014

USA Today
Relationship in need of some passion? Try a double date
March 28, 2014

Forbes.com
How Gary Vaynerchuk Scales The Unscalable
March 12, 2014

Positively Naperville
Positively Health – ‘Let’s talk about love’ and its health benefits!
February 10, 2014

USA Today
Party of four? A double date can rev up your romance
February 10, 2014

Chronicle Herald
Debating the eHarmony effect
February 04, 2014

The Wall Street Journal
Relationship Talking Points: Speak Your Spouse's Language
December 16, 2013

Orlando Sentinel
Marrieds do better than singles after heart procedure
September 20, 2013

Newsmax.com
Married Patients Recover Better From Heart Problems
September 20, 2013

TIME
The Hottest Seats in Class
September 05, 2013

England Daily Mail
'It's like Seamless for Sex': The new app that gets rid of the flirting and simplifies hooking up
August 21, 2013

The Huffington Post
The Evolution of Dating: There's an App for That
July 04, 2013

Orlando Sentinel
Online dating really can lead to love
June 27, 2013

Washington Post
Marriages among those who met online are as stable as others, study says
June 10, 2013

The Atlantic
What Being Editor in Chief of Playgirl Taught Me About Female Desire
June 07, 2013

Brisbane Times
Online marriage is a happy marriage
June 06, 2013

Science Magazine
Online Dating Really Can Lead to Love
June 03, 2013

Detroit Free Press
Health Insider: Are men and women that different? Experts say 'yes'
February 24, 2013

Chronicle Herald
Debating the eHarmony effect
February 16, 2013

Discovery News
Genders Not So Different?
February 14, 2013

Brisbane Times
Men aren't from Mars
February 13, 2013

New York Times
A Match Made in the Code
February 12, 2013

WXXI
1370 Connection: U of R psychologist Harry Reis
February 11, 2013

The Wall Street Journal
Small Acts, Big Love
February 11, 2013

Canada Globe and Mail
Men are from Earth, women are from Earth? Study says sexes not as different as we think
February 10, 2013

iVillage
Who Says the Sexes Are Planets Apart?
February 07, 2013

Popular Science
Science Confirms The Obvious: Men And Women Aren't That Different
February 06, 2013

Huffington Post
Men And Women's Differences Aren't Actually Distinct, Confirms Study
February 06, 2013

Science Daily
Men Are from Earth, Women Are from Earth
February 04, 2013

Baton Rouge Advocate
Logged on FOR love
January 28, 2013

Yahoo Health
Money Can Buy Happiness, But Only if Spent Right
January 17, 2013

The Atlantic
The Lure of Online Dating Is Not, in Fact, Irresistible
January 10, 2013

Prevention
The Happiest Dollar You'll Ever Spend
January 09, 2013

Huffington Post
Best Time To Find Love Online Is Near The New Year: Report
January 03, 2013

Psychology Today
Is Empathy Sexy?
December 17, 2012

England Daily Mail
Online dating, Britain's boom industry: Businesses contribute more than £ 170 Million to the economy as nine million Brits log on to look for love
November 28, 2012

Greece Post
University of Rochester psychologist Harry Reis honored for distinguished career
June 15, 2012

Financial Times
Mac fans find the apple of their eye
May 24, 2012

New York Times
Taking a Chance on Love, and Algorithms
April 07, 2012

Canada Globe and Mail
‘No Asian. No Indian’: Picky dater or racist dater?
February 24, 2012

Canberra Times
The Search Engine for Love
February 18, 2012

The Atlantic
Using the Internet as Matchmaker: The Drawbacks to Online Dating
February 12, 2012

CBS News
Online dating full of downsides, study shows: What should daters do?
February 07, 2012

TIME
Does Online Dating Make It Harder to Find 'the One'?
February 07, 2012

ABC News
Online Dating: Popular and Stigma Is Gone, but Don't Pay for It
February 06, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
A happy marriage means a healthier heart
October 18, 2011

Express.co.uk
WHY GETTING HITCHED IS GOOD FOR YOU
September 13, 2011

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Status: We're in a 'stayover' relationship
September 07, 2011

WROC TV CBS 8 Rochester
Need to Break Up? There's an App For That
February 23, 2011

WMAQ-TV (MSNBC ) Chicago
Party? Or workout? Find your fitness motivation
December 20, 2010

WMAQ-TV (MSNBC )
Party? Or workout? Find your fitness motivation
December 19, 2010

PBS
Pensions Pose Major Challenge for Governments Worldwide
October 27, 2010

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News Releases

Psychologist Harry Reis Honored with the 2012 Distinguished Career Award from the International Association for Relationship Research
June 14, 2012

Cupid's Arrow Turns Digital
February 01, 2012

Is Marriage Good for the Heart?
August 12, 2011

Psychologist Harry Reis Elected President of International Organization
January 05, 2006

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Biography

Harry Reis studies the factors that influence the quantity and closeness of social interaction, and the consequences of different patterns of socializing for health and psychological well-being. In his research, subjects keep detailed records on their on-going social interaction. These are tabulated by computer and related to various factors such as sex role, health, and emotional well-being. Professor Reis is also investigating some of the psychological processes that affect the course and conduct of close relationships. He is particularly interested in intimacy, attachment, and emotion regulation.