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It may seem intuitively logical that people who share the same tastes or attitudes would be compatible, but love, in many cases, doesn’t work that way.

Some online dating sites, for example, attempt to predict attraction based on qualities like whether people prefer scuba diving to shopping, or reading to running, or whether they tend to be shy or more outgoing.

That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as profiles can help quickly weed out the obviously inappropriate or incompatible partners (who hasn’t wished for such a skip button on those disastrous real-life blind dates?

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“No, because I couldn’t stand him when I first met him,” she says of her husband.

She thought he was full of himself and rude during their first encounter.

Stronger predictors of possible romance include the tenor of their conversations, the subject of their discussions, or what they choose to do together.

“Interaction is a rich and complex process,” says Reis.

Offline, that kind of attraction would spark organically.

The authors of the study note that people are notoriously fickle about what’s important to them about potential dates.

“You can’t look at a piece of paper and know what it’s like to interact with someone,” says Reis.

“Picking a partner is not the same as buying a pair of pants.” (MORE: Online Dating Enjoying a Boom Among Boomers) Making things harder, many sites now depend on — and heavily market — their supposedly scientific formulas for matching you with your soul mate based on similar characteristics or personality types.

But social science studies have found that such a priori predictors aren’t very accurate at all, and that the best prognosticators of how people will get along come from the encounters between them.

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