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[daily research] selected by quora: how does psychology interpret human attraction? (Bilingual)

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a study shows that men who feel hungry often prefer women with more weights.

evolutionary biologists say that it’s better to be average looking, as average features recommend better reproductive health and more diverse set of genes.

we are more attracted to people who look similar to us. Children who are born to their parents in their 30’s tend to find older faces more attractive than children born to their parents in their 20’s.

during your college life at what basis did you rate your teachers? Students show that students tend to rate their teachers’ performance on the basis of physical attraction rather than on the knowledge and their ability to explain? Research shows that students are more likely to judge teachers’ attractiveness than their knowledge and explanation ability.

if you are more aggressive, then there are changes that you are less likely to defer punishment when engaged and even less changes to be engaged.

Studies show that children mostly select playmates based on physical attractiveness, As they think that physical appearance is often associated with being friendly and smarter.

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television news directors prefer to air the injury or killing incident of an attractive activity than a plain one.

people who make the first move will be more attractive and get attracted.

women judge a man to be more attractive when they see other women looking or smiling at him.

whenever a woman finds a man attractive she speaks with a higher pitched voice.

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come from Natalie engelbrecht, a psychologist with more than 20 years’ experience. The colour red has been shown via scientific research to be an attraction booster in both men and women.

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women looking at men

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women look at men

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the colour red enhancements a man’s attraction.

in many nonhuman species of vertebrates, females are attracted to red on male.

red is also a signal of male status in many nonhuman vertebrate fields, and females show a mating preference for high-status males.

Women perceive men to be more attractive and sexually desirable when seen on a red background and in red clothing—due to increased status perception.

when men stand on a red background, or wear red clothes, women find them more attractive and more suitable to be spouses – because they perceive that these men’s status has improved.

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men looking at women

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men reported higher sexual attraction toward a woman dressed in red compared to women dressed in other colors.

Men perceive women in red as more sexually r

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men think that women in red are more sexually inclusive, while men think that women who are more sexually inclusive are more attractive.

men also expressed the intent to spend more money on a date with a woman in red.

male patrons have high tips to waiteresses wearing red over waiteresses wearing white.

the ‘red effect’ holds for young women but not for elderly women. (men’s age does not play any role: young and old men find young women wearing red the most attractive)

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men choose to sit closer to the woman in red than to a woman dressed in a different colour.

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and when women wear red instead of other colors, men will choose to sit closer to her. “

[daily research] can everyone “read mind skill”? Research says humans can read all the emotions of land animals! (Bilingual)

humans can recognize emotions across all vocalizing land animals, researchers have found.

The research supports naturalist Charles Darwin’s views from over a century ago, When he observed that humans and other animals express their emotions in similar ways.

the findings could have applications for animals welfare, as humans could relate on their insights to recognize, for example, if an animal is stressed. Previous research on the topic of animal vocalizations has suggested that animals understand human emotional sounds.

for example, pet owners are routinely attached to this and their pets recognize their emotional outbursts.

Previous studies have also suggested that acoustic attributes of emotional (aroused) vocalizations are shared across many mammal species, And that humans can use these attributes to determine an animal’s emotional state.

But researchers weren “t sure if this also extended to land animals that aren” t mammals.

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To find out, an international team of researchers gathered the voice recordings of a diverse group of nine different species: The black-capped chickadee, hourglass treefrog, American alligator, common raven, giant panda, Barbary macaque and the African bush elephant.

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in order to find out the truth, an international research team collected the voices of nine different animals from different groups: blacktop tit, hourglass tree frog, American alligator, crow, giant panda, Barbary macaque and African jungle elephant.

then, research participants were asked to listen to the recordings and try to identify the emotional state of the animal who made it.

To rule out the possibility that certain sounds may be more recognizable by people who speak certain language, the researchers recruited volunteers who spoke German, English or Mandarin.

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in order to exclude the possibility that some sounds can be recognized by people who speak a certain language, the researchers recruited volunteers who speak German, English and Mandarin respectively.

The researchers also carried out an acoustic analysis of the sounds on the recordings, comparing the sounds with people’s reactions to them and found that humans use many acoustic clues to understand emotional noises made by other animals.

researchers also conducted acoustic analysis of the sound in the recording, comparing the sound with people’s response to it, and found that humans can use many acoustic clues to understand the emotional sound produced by other animals.

 

[daily study] the study found that the more educated people are, the more likely they are to lie (Bilingual)

the most educated people are the biggest liars, a study says. It found that the honesty scores of those who did not complete secondary school was nearly twice that of those with postgraduate degrees. One theory is that more educated people may be better able to calculate the risks of being seen out lying. Middlesex University researchers analyzed data on 6000 people from perception tests used by psychologists.

overall, men told more fibs than women. But while age had no effect, education had a significant impact. Although age had no effect, lying was significantly related to education. Postgraduates had the lowest credit rating, followed by graduates. Next were people who had verbal training, then those who completed secondary education. The second is vocational school graduates and middle school graduates. The highest honest rating was scored by those who did not finish school. It is worth noting that the level of education does not affect people telling “white lies” at the expense of the liar. Dr Valerio Capraro, who led the study, said: ‘In order to lie, people must be aware of consequences and that requires some computational abilities, “In order to lie, people have to pay attention to the consequences of doing so, which requires a certain amount of computing power,” said Dr. Valerio kapullo, who led the study. And people with higher education are more likely to have this ability. “