This optimal value rises with perceived female physical attractiveness.
The results obtained suggest that virtually, in the women's view, male physical attractiveness can be effectively substituted for intelligence (equally male intelligence can be effectively substituted for physical attractiveness).
By contrast, in men's view, for relatively high values of perceived female intelligence, female physical attractiveness cannot be substituted for intelligence.
Research findings suggest that for relatively high values of perceived female intelligence this personal trait turns to be an economic bad.
Genome-wide association study of Tourette's syndrome.
Columbia university dating experiment
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