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This Is The Secret Sign That Someone Is Attracted To You

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bartels, May 2, 2018.

  1. Bartels

    Bartels Journeyman

    With the dating apps we have today, it’s not super difficult to tell if someone is into your looks or not. If you get a match, odds are they swiped you right not because they thought you had a great personality.

    But how do people really look like when they’re attracted to someone? Where do they look first, what’s their facial expression when they see someone they like? The truth is, our eyes scan other people’s bodies differently according to new research.

    According to Indy100, the researchers monitored the eye movements of more than 100 people as they looked at photographs of other people that were identified as either a potential friend or more. A few things were found from this study.

    It was found that when looking at potential mates, people would look at the head and chest. Whereas when looking at potential friends it was the legs and feet.

    This particular study was published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior and it also found that single people looked at pictures longer than those in relationships.

    The study noted, “eye gaze was a valid indicator of relationship interest. For women, looking at the head corresponded to greater interest in friendship.”

    It continued, noting “Whereas for men looking at the head corresponded to less interest in friendship.”

    The study concluded, “These findings show that relational goals and gender may affect the way people scan their environment and search for relevant information in line with their goals.”

    What this study really showed is that it’s not necessarily how the person looks, but rather what the beholder is actually looking for in terms of a potential relationship.

    The study’s coauthor, Angela Bahns, noted that “research on attraction tends to assume there is a fixed set of characteristics that make a person desirable.”

    She continued, “This new study shows that what people look for in a prospective relationship partner depends on their relational goals.”
    Last edited: May 4, 2018
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  2. Nbest

    Nbest Participant Established

    Don't get this !
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  3. Bartels

    Bartels Journeyman

    Where're you missing it?
    This is just a summary of a research conducted to determine peoples reactions when they're into a relationship and also determine the type of relationship.
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  4. Nbest

    Nbest Participant Established

    Ok, In that case nice post
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  5. Kingtedy

    Kingtedy Participant Established

    Nice and educative
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