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"We found that women born to 'old' parents (over 30) were less impressed by youth, and more attracted to age cues in male faces than women with 'young' parents (under 30)," the authors wrote."For men, preferences for female faces were influenced by their mother's age and not their father's age, but only for long-term relationships." In a 2014 experiment, 100 Israeli women read vignettes about men.Whenever the story featured a man who owned a dog, women rated that man as a more suitable long-term partner than a cad who didn't own a dog.The researchers concluded that owning a pet signals that you're nurturing and capable of making long-term commitments."They later reported they had increased feelings of passionate love and affection towards the other person," Scientific American reports.
In one 2008 study, a 20-year-old man approached hundreds of women and asked for their phone numbers.Decades of studies have shown that the cliché that "opposites attract" is totally off."Partners who are similar in broad dispositions, like personality, are more likely to feel the same way in their day-to-day lives," said Gian Gonzaga, lead author of a study of couples who met on e Harmony If you stare into each other's eyes for two minutes University of Massachusetts psychologist Joan Kellerman asked 72 unacquainted undergrads to pair off and stare into each other's eyes for two minutes.When he had a dog with him, he was much more likely to score their digits.In a 1996 study, each participant was rated on physical attractiveness and then randomly assigned to date another participant.
Then, participants were asked to rate their satisfaction with their dates.