If he is unable to do this, if we will learn more about him between the two elections, we might fall out of love with him just before the real elections.
Men, on the other hand, don’t care so much about women’s height, men care a lot about BMI, body mass index.
However, this approach also presents a possible trap: As people learn more about us, their over-optimistic interpretation dissolves, the disappointment begins, and from then on the disappointments escalates, leading to lower and lower liking.
For example, imagine that someone writes that they like music.
Since the emotions and excitement toward Obama seem to be those usually reserved for romantic attraction, I would like to draw on some lessons from our (Mike Norton, Jeana Frost, and I) research on the ways in which people form impressions about others in romantic settings and the pitfalls of their impressions.