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To gain insight into “breadcrumbing,” the latest phenomenon in modern dating, Brides asked Kelly Campbell, a professor of psychology and human development at California State University, San Bernardino, to weigh in. Her research examines instant connections among friends and romantic partners, how being in love helps and/or hinders performance across domains (e.g., athletics, creativity), infidelity, and catfishing (online romantic deception).
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