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How urban infrastructure fosters romantic relationships

The primary endpoint of this study is to identify the contributing factors in development of romantic relationships through an analysis of the real-life experiences of Penn state couples that we collect in our surveys. Our focus is to identify the spatial factors in different scales as they relate to two-person relationships. The results of this study informs architects, planners, and administrators of practical strategies to generate friendly spaces in college towns.


Sohrab Rahimi
sohrab rahimi - at or 814-206-4341
Architecture (UNIVERSITY PARK)

18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
Be in a romantic relationship
Live in State College area
Has visited at least 5 places with their romantic partner(s) in State College

Exclusion Criteria:
Have never lived in State College area
have never engaged in a romantic relationship
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