Can a series of 36 questions make you fall in love with someone you’ve just met?
Would you like to be famous?
When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?
What is your most terrible memory?
In 1977, psychologist Arthur Aron, together with a group of research colleagues, published the article The Experimental Generation of Interpersonal Closeness. Aron had assembled a series of 36 questions that pairs of strangers would ask each other, with questions that are initially dispassionate and playful, culminating with intimate ones.
His belief is that by placing strangers in positions of vulnerability and openness, this exercise fosters openness to another person, leading to them falling in love.
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