The six most important points for men looking for partners:
Interestingly, brain scans of people who have just fallen in love by scientists have revealed that the quality of the top ranked lovers is actually honesty. Stephen from Cornell University in the United States conducted a questionnaire survey on nearly 1000 young people aged between 18 and 24 years. The results showed that volunteers were particularly concerned about the honesty of potential partners, with appearance, family responsibility, wealth, and status being the most important characteristics after honesty.
2. Sense of humor
Researchers have found that once lovers complete a long love run, personality similarities can make their relationship stronger. In addition, a sense of humor can also help maintain a long-term relationship between the two parties. Eric from McMaster University in Canada said that humor is of varying importance to men and women, with women preferring men who often make them laugh, while men prefer women who are amused by their own jokes.
3. Sexy chin
Women with short chin and men with thick eyebrows are most popular. "Men and women with these characteristics are more attractive because they predict reproductive health," said Tehosier. Estrogen limits the growth of bones in a woman's lower face and chin, making them relatively short and small. At the same time, this hormone also controls the growth of a woman's eyebrows, making them more prominent. Men are affected by testosterone, which helps form a good lower face, chin, and thick eyebrows.
4. Symmetry of the body
That is, the left half of the body should be identical to the right half, and the limbs should be symmetrical. Randy? Tehosier has been engaged in symmetry research for the past 15 years. He scanned the faces and bodies of different people into a computer to determine the symmetry ratio. The survey results show that both sexes believe that the opposite sex with good physical symmetry is more attractive. Tehosier explained that this is a genetic advantage that indicates a person's good survival ability, while also indicating that her/his body is very healthy. In contrast, men observe women in a slightly different way, placing more emphasis on facial symmetry than on the body.
5. Body fragrance
German scientist Manfred? Milinsky et al. have found that people instinctively use their noses when choosing a partner, judging whether the other person is suitable for them based on their scent. Scientists explain that this function of relying on olfactory assistance to identify loved ones is related to the body's immune tissue. When people approach each other, the odor emitted by their bodies will be perceived by each other, and it will be judged whether it will cause discomfort to the tissues and organs in the body. Generally speaking, this identification of the other party's body odor will not be affected by the external smell, that is, although the proper use of perfume may help to enhance the other party's goodwill, it will not play a decisive role.
6. Waist to hip ratio
Psychologist Singh from the University of Texas, USA, conducted a study on the ratio of waist to hip circumference and found that women with a waist to hip circumference ratio of 0.7 (indicating that the waist is much thinner than the hips) are the most attractive to men. Scientists have analyzed the body shapes of a magazine model and Miss America contestants, and found that most of these women have a waist to hip ratio of less than 0.7. For women, men with a waist to hip ratio between 0.8 and 1.0 are the most attractive, and their wide shoulders are more likely to stimulate women's sexual desire. Research also shows that people within the ideal waist hip ratio are not prone to cardiovascular, cancer, diabetes and other diseases, regardless of their weight. Women in this category also have fewer difficulties during pregnancy.
(Intern Editor: Zhao Minqing)