Alpha Males Take Greater Risks

Study links finger lengths to behavior! Maybe it does matter if he has big hands!

Potential investors might wish to examine the fingers of their financial advisor prior to signing over any savings. A new study from Concordia University has found the length between the second and fourth finger is an indicator of high levels of prenatal testosterone, risk-taking and potential financial success in men.

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Scent of a Woman: Men’s Testosterone Responses to Olfactory Ovulation Cues

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Study: Going “au natural” may be the best way to capture a man’s attention

Women around the world spend billions of dollars each year on exotic smelling perfumes and lotions in the hopes of attracting a mate. However, according to a new study in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, going “au natural” may be the best way to capture a potential mate’s attention.

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Angry Faces: Facial Structure Linked To Aggressive Tendencies, Study Suggests

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New research finds that a quick glance at someone’s facial structure may be enough for us to predict their tendency towards aggression.

Angry words and gestures are not the only way to get a sense of how temperamental a person is. According to new findings in Psychological Science, a quick glance at someone’s facial structure may be enough for us to predict their tendency towards aggression.

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Handwriting-based Tool Offers Alternate Lie Detection Method

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Researchers are now discovering that with the aid of a computerized tool, handwriting characteristics can be measured more effectively.

For ages experts and laymen have been analyzing and trying to crack the code of handwriting characteristics, in order to detect an individual’s personality traits, or in most cases, gauge their innocence in the case of a crime. Although this science has often gone the way of pseudoscience, researchers are now discovering that with the aid of a computerized tool, handwriting characteristics can be measured more effectively.

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Male Or Female? Coloring Provides Gender Cues

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Our brain is wired to identify gender based on facial cues and coloring, according to a new study published in the Journal of Vision. Psychology Professor Frédéric Gosselin and his Université de Montréal team found the luminescence of the eyebrow and mouth region is vital in rapid gender discrimination.

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Red Enhances Men’s Attraction To Women?…

 

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 YEA… Red is my new favorite color

A groundbreaking study by two University of Rochester psychologists to be published online Oct. 28 by the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology adds color—literally and figuratively—to the age-old question of what attracts men to women… (pics)

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