Research team


1. Online dating: During my PhD on online dating, I've acquired expertise around: online dating, online relationships, the transition from online to offline relationships and sociosexuality. These studies were predominantly surveys and experiments. As a coauthor, I contributed to the following studies: Hallam, L., De Backer, C. J. S., Fisher, M. L., & Walrave, M. (2018). Are sex differences in mating strategies overrated? Sociosexual orientation as a dominant predictor in online dating strategies. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 4(4), 456–465. Hallam, L., De Backer, C. J. S., Pabian, S., & Walrave, M. (2019). Verifying identities: The role of third-party reputation information in online dating. In A. Hetsroni & M. Tuncez (Eds.), It Happened on Tinder: Reflections and Studies on Internet-Infused Dating. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures Hallam, L., De Backer, C. J. S., & Walrave, M. (2019). Taking it to the next level: The negligible role of trust when online dating goes offline, Computers in Human Behavior, 90, 259-264, Hallam L., Walrave M., & De Backer C.J.S. (2018). Information Disclosure, Trust and Health Risks in Online Dating. In: M. Walrave, J. Van Ouytsel, K. Ponnet, & J. Temple (Eds), Sexting (pp. 19-38). Palgrave Studies in Cyberpsychology. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. 2. (Grand)Sharenting: As a researcher in in the MIOS research team, I contributed to research on sharenting by (grand)parents