Clicck is clicking (or should I say “challenging”?) on all cylinders again. The online dating website that stakes claims to marrying science with good old-fashioned internet matchmaking, is now focusing a new line of questions on psychology.
Clicck is looking at the viability of the online dating industry’s current standard for matching two individuals based on complimentary personalities. They are doing this because their psychological team is trying to create a viable alternative to the many disappointing online compatibility tests today that really lack proven clinical legitimacy.
While staying shy of a complete psychological profile, Cliccks current questionnaire is being retooled to create a more in-depth exploration into what makes a potential mate tick. They hope this will deliver a clearer and more successful match to users.
You don’t hear the term “Father-Son Combination” too much in the online dating industry. But Clicck is now controlled by a unique father-son team. Earlier this year, Psychologist Diplomate Dr. Christopher Ovide Sr. joined his son, CEO Christopher Ovide Jr. They hope this combination provides a more accurate and professionally designed technology tool for all of those men and women looking online for love.
Dr. Ovide is partnered with Dr. Heather Martens, another psychologist focused on relationship and marriage counseling. It is her subsequent analysis that will play a vital role in developing a better psychological profile of a person despite the limitations of online dating technology.
During our research and review of the available data we have determined it is essential to assess every aspect of an individuals personality,” said Dr. Ovide. “And we must also include demographic compatibility in the mix before indicating if two persons are compatible. We also believe it is critical that people understand a compatibility test is not the same as a psychological profile.”
Clicck claims to have two unique dimensions to its next generation compatibility questionnaire This is very exciting, says CEO Chris Ovide, Jr. The new dimensions and more specific questionnaire will allow us to improve our recommendations and decrease the number of inaccurate matches.
This would be the kind of online dating news all singles would want to hear.