Why men and women do not get along with each other
Studies show relationships between people: on how they will develop, and whether it will develop, can affect even the most seemingly insignificant and absurd detail.
1. We did not know how to assess their own attractiveness
A recent study showed that men often make the mistake of believing that their friend from them crazy. And women are more likely to think that their friends are indifferent to them - and also mistaken. So that the friendship between the men and women of normal orientation - downright minefield of misunderstanding and that not happened passions.
2. Tastes women vary with the menstrual cycle
Monthly cycle, it appears to affect women's preferences. Several different studies have shown that women prefer men with more stereotypical male persons (authors of the study cited the example of George Clooney), when they are ready to conceive. At other times, it may seem more attractive not so macho. Apparently, nature has that brutal men become better fathers.
3. Birth control pills also may affect a woman's perception of
In 2008, researchers found that women not taking birth control pills seem attractive smell of men with whom they have the greatest genetic divergence. This is especially true of certain genes that are associated with the immune system. And women who take birth control, more attracted to the smell of those men with whom they have more genetic similarity. As for the smell of appeal - it is extremely important, this factor can be decisive when choosing a partner. But that's not all. It turned out that women have sex with men, who are responsible for the immune system genes are similar to their own can satisfy less. So that taking pills can substantially impair a sexual relationship some couples.
4. Our attractiveness varies with the very strange factors
In 2009, researchers asked people to see the faces that appear on the computer screen and assess their attractiveness. Then they were told not to pay any attention to the person appearing, and keep track of the points that pops up on the right, then on the left side of the screen. Then again we asked to rate the attractiveness of people in photographs. As a result, the subjects seemed most attractive, those persons think that "tells" the direction in which later appeared point. Researcher Bean Khurana commented: "Note that the attractiveness varies from one sight," supporting "the right direction. Imagine how it can change from living communion. " That is, a person can lose the chance you'll like, not just pointing to the door latrine.
5. If you are a man, you look happy to you unprofitable
In 2011, researchers found that women find men who look happy, less attractive. They prefer guys who give the impression of a proud and powerful or moody and ashamed. There is at least one positive side: if you are in sorrow because alone, if a high probability that you will soon be in great demand.
6. The same applies to self-confident women
Unfortunately, during the same study found that the proud and self-confident women seem less attractive to men.
7. The attractiveness can be a disadvantage if you are communicating online
Many of the experiments relating to the appeal, the scientists used pictures, so it is not clear how their conclusions are valid in respect of direct live communication. But romance pictures are also used on the Internet, so there their study provides the most accurate result. Analysts marriage agency OkCupid learned a lot of photos of women, which were presented in their profiles and found: the more men differed in assessing the attractiveness of women, the more messages she received. That is, women who have been found attractive (but not so breath-taking), most men receive fewer messages than those that only men considered ugly, and others - interesting. Conclusion: "Men tend to ignore simply attractive women." A woman should "reflect on the fact that some men may not like it - and play on it."
8. The biggest attraction for themselves possess ourselves
In a study conducted in 2010, researchers showed participants pictures of two groups - one group photos were "made up" of two persons of strangers, and the second person was "assembled" from a photograph of the party and the stranger. People who have seen a hybrid with its own identity, but were not aware of this, found this photograph much more attractive than the one on which were two strangers. The study authors concluded that human "subconsciously attracted to features resembling his own." So we are, in fact, hopeless daffodils - and perhaps, deserve to live in solitude.