Latest Physical attractiveness Stories
Researchers are baffled to find indications that women have more of an issue with looking at babies with facial birth defects than men.
Dr. Janet D. Latner, an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, has co-authored an article in the July 2009 edition of the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy on "Weight Stigma in Existing Relationships."
A study by neuroscientist Heather Rupp and her team found that a woman's partner status influenced her interest in the opposite sex. In the studyÂ¹, published in the March issue of Human Nature, women both with and without sexual partners showed little difference in their subjective ratings of photos of men when considering such measures as masculinity and attractiveness.
Women are more sensitive than men to appearance rejection, U.S.
People who feel pressure to look attractive are more fearful of being rejected because of their appearance than are their peers, according to a new study by researchers at the University at Buffalo and the University of Kent.
Women who didn't have sexual partners spent more time evaluating photos of men, demonstrating a greater interest in the photos, U.S.
Good-looking men and women have a greater confidence that gives them an edge in the job market, a study from the University of Florida showed. We've found that, even accounting for intelligence, a person's feeling of self-worth is enhanced by how attractive they are and this, in turn, results in higher pay, Timothy Judge, the study's lead author, told ScienceDaily in a story published Saturday. Judge and his team compared data from the Harvard Study of Health and Life Quality on 191 men and...
A survey suggests most Swedes believe the country's men were more masculine in the past than now. The online survey of 1,003 people between the ages of 15 and 64, conducted by YouGov on a contract from MBT Shoes, found 51 percent of those polled -- including 58 percent of male respondents -- believe
University of Miami study shows that physical attractiveness, personality, and grooming are good predictors of grades in high school and may indicate future success in college and labor markets
A University of Miami study reveals physical attractiveness, personality and grooming can impacts grades in high school. Michael T.
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.