Columbia, When a man likes a woman who smiles and looks happy, the same does not apply to women. Research shows that women are more attracted to men than men are cheap haughty smile. Evolutionary theory also mention arrogant man can give a good offspring.
Research carried out the University of British Columbia found that women are less attracted to men who smile a lot and look happy. Conversely, the proud man, proud, moody or indifferent look more sexually attractive in the eyes of women.
According to the researchers, these startling findings help explain why women more like men to look ‘bad boy’.
In this study, a psychologist at the University of British Columbia asked more than 1,000 adults to rank the sexual attractiveness of the opposite sex pictures featuring a variety of emotions such as happiness (big smile), pride (raising his head), arrogant (puff out his chest) , ashamed or indifferent (head down or look away).
The result, researchers have found that most women are not interested in drawing the man who smiled broadly (happy) and prefer the picture man proud, arrogant, moody and indifferent. By contrast, men and women who seem happy most sexually attractive than women who seemed proud and confident (arrogant).
“Displays the happy face can be considered essential for a friendly social interaction, including those involving sexual attraction. However, there is little research on whether in fact attractive smile,” explained Professor Jessica Tracy, who led the study, as reported by the Telegraph.
According to Prof. Tracy, this study found that men and women are very different in showing emotions, including smiling.
Professor Tracy says the findings suggest that women judge men who smiled broadly not look strong, tough or masculine. The opposite in fact found in men who seem arrogant and a bit arrogant or proud.
“Previous research has also found that happiness is a very feminine expression,” said Alec Beall, author of the study.
However, Beall asserts that this study only explores the sexual attraction first impression on the image of the opposite sex.
“We did not ask participants to assess whether the selected target would be a good boyfriend or husband,” said Beall.
On the other hand, the psychologist explained that the discovery of sexual attraction has been shaped by the forces of evolution and culture centuries ago.
For example, the theory of evolution which shows that women are more attracted to men as it is considered arrogant imply status, competence and ability to provide a good offspring.
These findings have been published in the American Psychological Association journal Emotion.
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