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Using physical and psychological traits, researchers are building a system which can rate a person's attractiveness.
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It's a classic adage for those seeking love. The problem is that psychology research shows it's just not true.
Body language can sometimes tell us if the person we're talking to is interested in us romantically. But the way they talk offers a few clues, too.
Mate copying is the name given to the phenomenon whereby an individual is preferred as a future romantic partner simply because they have relationship experience.
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How sexual attraction to a disabled body is about more than just desires of the flesh.