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1996 Thinking about fashion models: A multidimensional approach to the structure of perceived physical attractiveness Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 22 1083

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sense of place. They contribute to making places more legible and memorable to the users and which can be identified, organized and navigated by people. 1.1 Imageability attractiveness In other hand

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Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Authors:
Paul J. Fraccaro
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Benedict C. Jones
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Jovana Vukovic
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Finlay G. Smith
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Christopher D. Watkins
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David R. Feinberg
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Anthony C. Little
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Lisa M. Debruine

. Missing 2003 Vocal and visual attractiveness are related in women Animal Behaviour 65 997 1004

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2011 Men's attractiveness predicts their preference for female facial femininity when judging for short-term, but not long-term partners Personality and Individual Differences 50

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Evolutionary theory based research shows that women and men may differ in their responses to sexual and emotional infidelity. The present research sought to determine how the mate value characteristics of rivals affect the levels of emotional reaction men and women experience with these types of infidelity. Women were expected to report higher levels of upset when their male partners committed infidelity with an attractive rather than an unattractive woman while men were expected to experience the most upset when their female partners committed sexual infidelity with a male rival regardless of the rival's financial status. The results were partially consistent with these hypotheses. Women were most upset by their partner's sexual infidelity regardless of the attractiveness of their female rival and more upset by their partner's emotional infidelity with an attractive woman. Men were most upset with their partner's commission of sexual infidelity regardless of the financial status of their male rival. These findings are discussed in terms of prior research examining sex differences in jealousy and intrasexual competition.

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. Cunningham 1991 Averaged faces are attractive, but very attractive faces are not average Psychological Science 2 2 123 125

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Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Authors:
Lisa Dillon
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Nicole Nowak
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Kraig Shattuck
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Glenn Weisfeld
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Carol Weisfeld
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E. Imamoğlu
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Marina Butovskaya
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Shen Jiliang

Fisher, M.L. (2004): Female intrasexual competition decreases female facial attractiveness. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences , 271, S283–S285. Fisher M

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373 383 Dion, K. K. (2002): Cultural perspectives on facial attractiveness. In G. Rhodes and L. A. Zebrowitz (eds): Facial Attractiveness: Evolutionary, Cognitive and Social

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. Perrett 2005 Manipulations of fundamental and formant frequencies influence the attractiveness of human male voices Animal Behaviour 69 561 568

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M. G. Makhijani L. C. Longo 1991 What is beautiful is good, but…: A meta-analytic review of research on the physical attractiveness stereotype

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