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Why Swiping is so addictive

It All Started from A Bizarre 1940s Psychology Experiment

It's no secret that dating apps like Tinder or Social Apps like TIKTOK have an addictive quality. Users can spend hours swiping right, swiping left just to feel the rush of dopamine and the sense of validation that comes with a match.

why exactly the swiping so addictive?

It all comes down to a 1940s social experiment involving pigeons and gambling.
experiment in question was conducted in 1948 by one Burrhus Frederic Skinner, a psychology professor and social philosopher at Harvard University, who was also (bizarrely) responsible for teaching his children's cats to play piano and inventing a strange box-like contraption to hold infants called the "baby-tender". His leading theory was operant conditioning, which is the idea that behavior is determined by a system of punishment and reward (or negative and positive reinforcement).

In one experiment to prove the concept, Skinner trained a group of hungry pigeons to believe they could trigger the dispersal of food through random pecking. Naturally, this encouraged them to peck more. What's more, many of the pigeons began pecking in specific patterns – similar to the way a gambler or football fan might have certain routines to "improve" their luck during a game. Sadly for the pigeons, this "superstitious" pecking had no effect on their food source. In reality, the food was being delivered at random times entirely unrelated to their pecking or any other behavior pattern. Still, that did not stop them pecking away.
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