from the eye-of-the-beholder dept.
dtjohnson writes "Researchers
at UC Santa Barbara have found
that women have a remarkable ability to assess a man's testosterone
levels and his interest in fathering children by looking at his facial
features. Sixty-nine percent of the women were able to correctly
judge a man's interest in having children merely by looking at cues on
photograph's of his facial features. Saliva samples were also
taken from each man in the study and tested for testosterone with a
$2,000-a-pop test. The women in the study were able to correctly
identify the men with the highest testosterone levels just by looking
at their photographs. Of course, the study did not look at
what men were able to tell about women by looking at photographs
of their female body parts."
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