Andrews University, told that although the findings may show evidence of our tendency to follow a trend, this specific finding does not describe how the women would act, only how they might think.
"We asked people to rate the attractiveness of images they saw on a screen," Cross told .
Mate-choice copying is an extension of our psychological tendency to take other opinions into consideration when we make a decision, and this is not the first study to identify mate-choice copying in women.
Research on this topic proposes that females tend to change the likelihood of choosing a potential mate based on the decision of other females and what other females agree to be desirable.
"We didn’t ask them to make decisions about whether or not they would approach someone with the intention of asking them out...
I wouldn’t want to speculate about how people make choices about pursuing relationships."Humans are social creatures and the opinion of others is hardwired to matter to them.
In some instances, making a decision that was not favored by the group could have meant death.Keep up with this story and more Results showed that women’s rating of a man’s facial attractiveness rose by an average of 13 percent after they learned about positive ratings from other women.Not only did the women rate the men higher after learning of their social rating, they also took less time to decide on a man’s attractiveness.Another one lived in Nigeria with his wife and I lived in Sierra Leone. But I would always say ain't no reason to be sorry this is the fact of our life.Of the four; two are still married, two others are separated/divorced (had nothing to do with me. I was very honest to myself about the nature of our relationships; I considered them temporary situations of circumstance.