Tinder: 4 Ways You Can Use It

In this video, Dr. Trish Leigh goes over four ways to use tinder some healthy and some not. Continue reading to learn how dating apps can affect your brain. The usage of these apps can have different effects on users based on anxiety and depression. Therefore many outcomes are possible based on why you’re using the app and more.

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Five parameters that The Psychology of Swiping found: 

The first one is the general motive to use Tinder whether that be low or high. Secondly secure or insecure attachment and if it’s insecure how. So secure attachment means you feel whole and comfortable in the world. Therefore, you feel loved and cared for by the people in your life. Insecure attachment means there’s a breakdown in your ability to go into the world with confidence. Also the ability to feel whole and relaxed with the people in your life. Parameter number three is the level of sexual desire, either solitary or dyadic. So you’re on Tinder for only your enjoyment or you’re looking for a sexual experience with others. The fourth is the level of urgency, like how urgently you want to use Tinder. Lastly, number five is the level of sensation seeking and self-esteem. 

Tinder

Tinder user type #1

(Cluster 1) “regulated”

  • low level of general motives to use Tinder 
  • secure attachment 
  • medium level of both dyadic and solitary sexual desire,
  • both urgency and lack of conscientiousness have a low level, 
  • a medium level of sensation-seeking, and a high level of self-esteem. 

 

Type of Tinder user #2

(Cluster 2) “regulated with low desire”

  • low level of general motives to use Tinder 
  • medium insecure attachment, 
  • very low levels of both dyadic and solitary sexual desire, 
  • both urgency and lack of conscientiousness medium level, 
  • a low level of sensation-seeking, and low self-esteem. 

 

User type #3

(Cluster 3) “unregulated and highly motivated”

  • high level of general motives to use Tinder 
  • anxious attachment, a medium level of avoidant attachment has a high level, 
  • both dyadic and solitary sexual desire has a high level, 
  • a high level of urgency, a medium level of lack of conscientiousness, 
  • a high level of sensation-seeking, and a medium level of self-esteem. 

 

Lastly user type #4

(Cluster 4) “unregulated avoidant”

  • medium level of motives to use Tinder, 
  • a medium level of anxious attachment, a high level of avoidant attachment, 
  • a low dyadic sexual desire, a high level of solitary sexual desire, 
  • a medium level of urgency, 
  • a high level of lack of conscientiousness, 
  • a low level of sensation-seeking, and low self-esteem. 

 

More Information

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