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Now, if you are going out on a pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they’ve identified facial characteristics that betray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship.


The art of romance: candle-lit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. That's just a bit of exaggeration, but researchers claimed to have proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures are composites made by the researchers. The faces on the right are made up from those people who said they were up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces. They found women, no surprise there, could recognize and were much keener on the faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Men, though, apparently could recognize, and preferred, the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sells, but is this sort of headline-grabbing stuff what science should be about?

 

I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about research that proposes to tell you something that clearly doesn’t , everyone knows that they don’t choose upon based on the shape of their face. People have a tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever will come up next. I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation.

 

Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. So if you're looking at my face now, you may find it’s betraying signs of skepticism, but I am joined from Gateshead by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all.


Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what does your research showUm, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating. We’ve done so much on what people think, for instance masculine men might be like his partners. And what we've been able to show now is that some other perceptions we've had are actually possibly true that for instance more masculine men might actually be more open to short term relationships rather than long, and it's because why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, and perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship.

 

I mean, in the past as I understand that the main way that we've been able to tell these things as far as we know scientifically is through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But surely, surely, people can change their attitudes. I mean, there, there must be occasions in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex and when they are not, their faces are up to change.

 

No, I think ,what the thing we can do with the face that we can’t do with other things is that it's a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be correlated with, for instance hormone levels. So a lot of what we do again, involving facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicators of male testosterone . Male testosterone we know is important in certain kinds of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the millennium have become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of testosterone to really look at that. Now if you really want to look at the body language, it' harder...


It's always, of course quite difficult to assume we 've actually learned from our experiences in this regard, but when it comes, but when it comes to man, I mean, you seem to be saying that face feature actually corresponds personalities. But isn't that a bit like, you know the Victoria Ages, looks like phrenology, isn’t it? Say your head is shaped in this way, therefore you must behave like this.

 

Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to hormone levels, and those hormone levels are then related to behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up on very subtle correlations in a social environment. And that they are using that in their judgments, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we're looking at the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality traits change, they absolutely do. so, so.. Dr, Dr, sadly, we gonna have to leave it there, but thank you very much for sharing your views.


Yeah, OK.

 

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Now, if you going out on the pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they have identified facial characteristics that portray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship.

 

The art of romance: candlelit dinners, red roses, chocolates.  Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are  only after one thing. But just a bit of an exaggeration, but researchers claimed they've proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face.

These pictures of composites made by researchers, the faces on the right are made up from those people who said they are up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pair of faces, they found women, as priced there, could recognize and were much keen on faces of men who wanted a long-term relationship. Man, though, apparently could recognize and prefer the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex self, but is this sort of headline grabbing stuff what science should be about?

 

I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about researchers report that tell you something that clearly doesn’t everyone knows that they’re going to chose upon based on the sake of their face. People have tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever it come up next.  I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation.

 

Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. Here looking at my face now, you may find it betrays science skepticism, but I enjoy Gates’ head by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all.

Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what is your research show?

 

Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about what we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating.  We have done so much on what people think, for instance masculine man might be like his partners. And what we would be able to show now is some other’s perceptions we have are actually possibly true that masculine men might actually  be more open to short term relationship thorough than long. And that’s why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship

 

I mean, in the past I understand it that man wait till we can tell these things from, we know scientifically through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually  concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But truly, truly people can change their attitude. I mean, there must be a case in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex, when they are not, their faces are up to change.

 

Now I think what the thing we can do with the face, we can’t do the other things is a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be calibrated with frenzies man level. So a lot of what we do again, involve in facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to fiscal indicator of male’s sub strain, male sub strain  we know is important in certain kind of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the merliner become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the sub strain to, we look at that…

 

It’s always of course difficult to, you know, we actually learn from our experiences we can’t. But when it comes to man, I mean,you seem to be saying that face features actually  correspond personalities. but  it’s not a bit like the Victoria Ages, looks like phonology, isn’t it?  Your head is shaved in this way, therefore you must behave like this

 

Yeah, I think we not  try to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to whole men levels, and those whole men levels then relate to the behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up from very subtle core lations in the social environment. And then using that in the judgments, but of corse when you actually think about real life interactions. Yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we looking in the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality, change it absolutely do. …

 

Dr, Dr, sorry, we gonna have to leave it, thank you very much.    

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Now if you are going out on a pool tonight, pay attention to this, psycologists think they`ve identified facial characteristics that portray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for longer-term relationship.

 

The art of romance, candlelight dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it, they can tell from your face that you are only after one thing, that`s just a bit of an exaggeration. But researchers claim to prove that desire for a long-term relationship or casual sex is writen on your face. These pictures of composites made by the researchers, the faces on the right are made up from those people who said they are up for casual sex, those on the left are those who said they are only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces, they found women, as priced that they could recognize, and with much keen on the faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Men though, apparently, could recognize and perfered the faces of women who are up for casual sex. Sex self, but is this sort of headline grabing stuff what science should be about.

 

I think there is a problem when people read something, hear about research, the reports that to tell you someting clearly doesn`t everyone knows that they are going to choose a partner base on the shape of the face, people have tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say,"well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever will be later on next." I think that`s very harmful to a reputation of science as a tool of investigation.

 

Frank S., from scene about science, here if you look at my face now, you may find it betrays science of skepticism. but I enjoy from Gate`s head by Dr. Linda B. of D. University, who can I am sure, explained all.

 

Docter B., in the ///, what is your research shows?

 

Really for me, in terms of my research is all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of face is people trying to attractive? What kind of behaviours might those faces really be indicating? We`ve done so much on people think, for instance, masculine men might be like his partners, and we are being able to show now is some of those perceptions we had are actually possibly true that for instance more masculine men might actually be more open to short-term relationships rather than long, and maybe that`s why women tend to only perfer masculine men in certain times and off the months, and perhaps when they are more /// in the short-term relationship.

 

I mean, in the past, I understand that the man waited, we`ve been able to tell these things for us we know scientifically through body language in the way that people behave, but you actually concentrate is specifically on how faces are made up, but surely (Yeah.), surely people can change their attitudes, I mean, there must be occasions in people`s life, /// when they are open to casual sex or when they are not, their faces are often change.

 

Yes, now I think what the thing we can do with the face, we can`t do the other things is just really useful medium for manipulating certain things we know might be corelated with for instance, hormone levels, so a lot of what we do again involving facial masculinity, is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to, and response to physical indicate as males ///, male /// we know is important in kinds of behaviours, such as sex drive, and because we know that women should over /// with the conquest sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone she wants, you know, long-term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicates of such ///, to re-look at that. Now if you want to look at body languages, it`s always harder.

 

As always it was difficult we atually learn about experiences in this record, but what may comes to men, I mean, you seem to that facial features actually corresponds personalities, but it`s not a big like, you know the Victory Age, that`s like phonology, isn`t it? Your head is shaking this way, therefore you must behave like this.

 

Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, and like so in the certain key features are related both to hormone levels, I mean hormone levels and than related to  behaviours, then what we think is possibly happenings is over cause of time, people are picking up on very subtle corelations and social enviornment, and they are esay now in the judgement, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we are looking at the face as one particular aspects of the things go, and in terms of personality, changing is absolutely do...

 

Dr, we gonna have to leave, thank you very much.

 

OK.

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Now, if you going out on the pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they have identified facial characteristics that portray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship.

Beyond romance: candlelit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. That's just a bit of an exaggeration, but researchers claimed they've proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures of composites made by researchers, the faces on the right are made up from those people who said they are up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pair of faces, they found women, as priced there, could recognize and were much keen on faces of men who wanted a long-term relationship. Man, though, apparently could recognize and prefer the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sells, but is this sort of headline grabbing stuff what science should be about? I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about researchers through report that tell you something that clearly doesn’t everyone knows that they’re going to chose upon based on the sake of their face. People have tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever it come up next. I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation. Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. Here looking at my face now, you may find it betrays science skepticism, but I joined Gates’ head by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all. Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what is your research show? Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about what we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating. We have done so much on what people think, for instance masculine man might be like his partners. And what we would be able to show now is some other’s perceptions we have are actually possibly true that masculine men might actually be more open to short term relationship thorough than long. And that’s why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship I mean, in the past I understand it that man wait till we can tell these things from, we know scientifically through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But truly, truly people can change their attitude. I mean, there must be a case in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex, when they are not, their faces are up to change. Now I think what the thing we can do with the face, we can’t do the other things is a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be calibrated with frenzies man level. So a lot of what we do again, involve in facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to fiscal indicator of male’s sub strain, male sub strain we know is important in certain kind of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the merliner become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the sub strain to, we look at that… It’s always of course difficult to, you know, we actually learn from our experiences we can’t. But when it comes to man, I mean,you seem to be saying that face features actually correspond personalities. but it’s not a bit like the Victoria Ages, looks like phonology, isn’t it? Your head is shaved in this way, therefore you must behave like this Yeah, I think we not try to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to whole men levels, and those whole men levels then relate to the behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up from very subtle correlation in the social environment. And then using that in the judgments, but of corse when you actually think about real life interactions. Yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we looking in the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality, change it absolutely do. … Dr, Dr, sorry, we gonna have to leave it, thank you very much.

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Now, if you're going out on the pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they / identify facial characteristics that portray whether someone is up to casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship.

 

The art of romance: candlelit dinners, red roses, chocolates.  Forget it. They can tell from your face / you / only after one thing. But just a bit of an exaggeration, but researchers claimed they've proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures of composites made by researchers, the faces on the right are made up from those who said they are up to casual sex, those on the left are those who said they only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces, they found women, as priced there, they could recognize and were much keen on faces of men who wanted a long-term relationship. Man, though, apparently could recognize and prefer to the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex cells, but it's this sort of headline grabbing stuff what science should be about.

 

I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about researchers they're proposing to tell you something that clearly doesn’t everyone knows that they’re going to choose a part based on the shape of their face. People have a tendency than to shrug / shoulders and say , well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever it come up next.  I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science as a tool of investigation.

 

Frank Swain, Thanks well sense about scienceSo if you're looking at my fair face now, you may find it betrays scientific skepticism, but I am enjoying from Gates’ head by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all.

Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what is your research show?

 

Um, really for me, in term of my research it’s all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating.  We have done so much on what people think, for instance masculine man might be like his partners. And what we would be able to show now is some other’s perceptions we have are actually possibly true that for instance more masculine men might actually  be more open to short term relationship thorough than long. And that’s why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in short-term relationship

 

I mean, in the past I understand / that the men wait will be able to tell these things first , we know scientifically through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually  concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But truly, truly people can change their attitudes. I mean, there must be a case in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex, when they are not, their faces are up to change.

 

Now I think what the thing we can do with the face, we can’t do the other things is a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be correlated with for instance hormone levels. So a lot of what we do again, involve in facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicator of male’s sub strain, male sub strain  we know is important in certain kind of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the merliner become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the sub strain to, we look at that…

 

It’s always of course difficult to, you know, we actually learn from our experiences we can’t. But when it comes to man, I mean,you seem to be saying the facial features that actually corresponds personalities. but  it’s not a bit like the Victoria Ages, looks like phonology, isn’t it?  Your head is shaking in this way, therefore you must heave on this

 

Yeah, I think we not  try to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to hormone levels, and those hormone levels then realte to the behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up from very subtle correlation in the social environment. And then using that in the judgments, but of corse when you actually think about real life interactions. Yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we looking in the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality trend, change it absolutely do. …

 

Dr, Dr, sorry, we gonna have to leave it, thank you very much.    

HW

Now,if you going out on a pool tonight,pay attention to this, psychologists think that identified facial characteristics that potray whether some is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship.

Beyond Romance.candle lit dinners ,red roses, chocolates.forget it ,i can tell from your face that you are only after one think,plus,just a bit of exaggeration but researchers claims to proved desire for a long term relationship ,or casual sex,is written on your face,thses pictures of composites made by the researchers: the faces on the right,are made up from those people who said they are up for casual sex,those on the left are those who said they are only after a long term relationship , researchers  tested several different pairs of faces ,they found women most express that they could recognize and were much key on the faces of men who wanted a long term relationship,men though apparently could recognize and prefered the faces on women who were up for casual sex,,sex sells ,but is this sort of headlines grabbing stuff ,what science should be about

I think this is a problems when people read something and hear about the research through report tell you sth clearly dosen't everyone knows that they don't chose partner based on sheet to their face,hurh,people have tendecy then to shrug their shoulders and say well ,look at the science ,it proves everything,whatever it come up next,i think it's very harmful to reputation of science as a tool of investigation.

then, look at my face, now,you find it betrays science skeptisim.but i joined gates head by doctor ,L  university,who can, i'm sure,explains all ,Dr.B, ,this is your research show?

uh,really for, me ,in terms of my research,it's all about uh/when we do a lot of research to what kind the faces people find attractive,what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating,we've done so much on most people think ,for instance masculine men ,might be like his partners ,and i wanna be able to showing now,is some others perceptions be have we are actually be true that since more masculine men might actually be more open to short time relatioships,rather than long,and that's why women tend to only prefered masculine men at certain times of the month,and perhaps when they are most interesting in  short term relationship,.

I mean, in the past ,I understand  the men wait ()tell the thing from we know sciencetifically through body language,in a way that people behaver but you ,you actually concerntrate specificlly on how faces made up but shortly ,people can change the attitude,they must be occasions peoples lot presumably  when they are open casual sex ,they are not they faces up to change

NOw,I think what thing we can do in the face we can't do the  other things this is very useful Mediam.for manipulating same things we know,might be  conrelative with human levels,so a lot of what we do.again in facial masculine is a hopefully indicating,the way which women are sensive to and responded to an psysical indicated as a male's sub strain male's sub strain we know is important in certain kind behavior such as sex strain .because we know the women should over the conquest  sensitive to whether the guy likely to be someone he wants you know long term commitment or not,uh,we can use the face and facial indicates to look that,,..harder,

but what comes to men,i mean you seems tobe saying a facial exactly corres pond to personalities ,but it not like be those ,looklike the V ages.look like for energys,your head is shaved this way  there for you must like behave this,

Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, and like so in the certain key features are related both to human levels, I mean human levels and than related to  behaviours, then what we think is possibly happenings is over cause of time, people are picking up on very subtle conrelations and social enviornment, and they are easy now in the judgement, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we are looking at the face as one particular aspects of the things go, and in terms of personality, changing is absolutely do...

doctor wait,we gonna have to leave and thank you very much,for sharing your ways.

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Now, If you/are going out on/a pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they have identified facial characteristics that portray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship.

 

The art of romance: candle-lit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. But just a bit of an exaggeration, but researchers claimed they've proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face.

 

These pictures of composites made by researchers, the faces on the right are made up from those people who said they are up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces, they found women, not surprise there, could recognize and were much keen on faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Man, though, apparently could recognize and prefer the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sales, but is this sort of headline-grabbing stuff what science should be about?

 

I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about researchers, their reports tell you something that clearly doesn’t everyone knows that they’re going to choose upon based on the sake of their face. People have tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever it come up next.  I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation.

 

Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. So if you looking at my face now, you may find it’s portraying science skepticism, but I enjoy from Gates’ head by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all.

 

Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what does your research show

 

Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about what we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating.  We have done so much on what people think, for instance masculine man might be like his partners. And what we would be able to show now is some other’s perceptions we have are actually possibly true that France’s more masculine men might actually  be more open to short term relationship rather than long. And that’s why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship

 

I mean, in the past I understand it that man wait till we can tell these things from, we know scientifically through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But truly, truly people can change their attitude. I mean, there must be a case in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex and when they are not, their faces are up to change.

 

Now I think what the thing we can do with the face, we can’t do the other things is a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be calibrated with frenzies’ hormone level. So a lot of what we do again, involve in facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to fiscal indicator of male’s short straight, male short straight we know is important in certain kind of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the merliner become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the short straight to, really look at that…

 

It’s always, of course difficult to seemingly actually learn from our experiences, we can’t. But when it comes to man, I mean, you seem to be saying that face features actually correspond personalities. But  it’s not a bit like the Victoria Ages, looks like phonology, isn’t it?  Your head is shaved in this way, therefore you must behave like this

 

Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to whole men levels, and those whole men levels then related to behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up from very subtle coalitions in the social environment. And that they are using that in the judgments, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions. Yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we looking in the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality, change it absolutely do. …

 

Dr, Dr, sorry, we gonna have to leave it, thank you very much.   

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Now, If you/are going out on/a pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they have identified facial characteristics that betray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship. The art of romance: candle-lit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. That's just a bit of /exaggeration, but researchers claimed to have proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures are composites made by the researchers. The faces on the right are made up from those people who said they were up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces. They found women, no surprise there, could recognize un (unkeen)or much keener on the faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Men, though, apparently could recognize, unpreferred,the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sells, but is this sort of headline-grabbing stuff what science should be about?

      I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about research/, that propses to tell you something that clearly doesn’t. Everyone knows that they’re going to choose upon, based on the shape of their face. People have a tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever will come up next. I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation. Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. So if you're looking at my fair face now, you may find it’s betraying signs of skepticism, but I am joined from Gateshead by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all. Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what's your research show? Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating. We have done so much on what people think, for instance masculine men might be like his partners. And what we've been able to show now is that some other’s perceptions we've had are actually possibly true that for instsance more masculine men might actually be more open to short term relationship rather than long, and it's because why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship.

 I mean, in the past as I understand / that the main way that we've been able to tell these things as far as we know scientifically is through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But surely, surely,people can change their attitudes. I mean, there, there must be occasions in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex and when they are not, their faces are up to change. No, I think ,what,  the thing we can do with the face that we can’t do with other things is that it's a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be correlated with, for instance hormone levels. So a lot of what we do again, involve in facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicators of male testosterone , male testosterone we know is important in certain kinds of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the millennium have become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the testosterone to, really look at that. Now if you really want to look at the body language, it' harder...

    It's always, of course quite difficult to assume we 've actually learned from our experiences in this regard, but when it comes, but when it comes to man, I mean, you seem to be saying that face features actually correspond personalities. But isn't that a bit like, you know the Victoria Ages, looks like phrenology, isn’t it? Say your head is shaped in this way, therefore you must behave like this.

    Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to hormone levels, and those hormone levels are then related to behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up on very subtle correlations in a social environment. And that they are using that in their judgments, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we're looking at the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality traits changethey absolutely do. so, so.. Dr, Dr, sadly, we gonna have to leave it therebut thank you very much for sharing your views. Yeah, OK.

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Now, If you/are going out on/a pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they have identified facial characteristics that betray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship. The art of romance: candle-lit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. That's just a bit of /exaggeration, but researchers claimed to have proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures are composites made by the researchers. The faces on the right are made up from those people who said they were up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces. They found women, no surprise there, could recognize un (unkeen)or much keener on the faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Men, though, apparently could recognize, unpreferred,the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sells, but is this sort of headline-grabbing stuff what science should be about?

      I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about research/, that propses to tell you something that clearly doesn’t. Everyone knows that they’re going to choose upon, based on the shape of their face. People have a tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever will come up next. I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation. Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. So if you're looking at my fair face now, you may find it’s betraying signs of skepticism, but I am joined from Gateshead by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all. Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what's your research show Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating. We have done so much on what people think, for instance masculine men might be like his partners. And what we've been able to show now is that some other’s perceptions we've had are actually possibly true that for instsance more masculine men might actually be more open to short term relationship rather than long, and it's because why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship.

 I mean, in the past as I understand / that the main way that we've been able to tell these things as far as we know scientifically is through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But surely, surely,people can change their attitudes. I mean, there, there must be occasions in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex and when they are not, their faces are up to change. No, I think ,what,  the thing we can do with the face that we can’t do with other things is that it's a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be correlated with, for instance hormone levels. So a lot of what we do again, involve in facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicators of male testosterone , male testosterone we know is important in certain kinds of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the millennium have become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the testosterone to, really look at that. Now if you really want to look at the body language, it' harder...

    It's always, of course quite difficult to assume we 've actually learned from our experiences in this regard, but when it comes, but when it comes to man, I mean, you seem to be saying that face features actually correspond personalities. But isn't that a bit like, you know the Victoria Ages, looks like phrenology, isn’t it? Say your head is shaped in this way, therefore you must behave like this.

    Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to hormone levels, and those hormone levels are then related to behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up on very subtle correlations in a social environment. And that they are using that in their judgments, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we're looking at the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality traits change, they absolutely do. so, so.. Dr, Dr, sadly, we gonna have to leave it there, but thank you very much for sharing your views. Yeah, OK.

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Now, if you are going out on a pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they’ve identified facial characteristics that betray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship. The art of romance: candle-lit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. That's just a bit of exaggeration, but researchers claimed to have proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures are composites made by the researchers. The faces on the right are made up from those people who said they were up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces. They found women, no surprise there, could recognize and were much keener on the faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Men, though, apparently could recognize, and preferred, the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sells, but is this sort of headline-grabbing stuff what science should be about?

 

I think there is a problem when people read something, and hear about research that proposes to tell you something that clearly doesn’t , everyone knows that they don’t choose upon based on the shape of their face. People have a tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever will come up next. I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation.

 

Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. So if you're looking at my face now, you may find it’s betraying signs of skepticism, but I am joined from Gateshead by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all. Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what does your research show? Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating. We’ve done so much on what people think, for instance masculine men might be like his partners. And what we've been able to show now is that some other perceptions we've had are actually possibly true that for instance more masculine men might actually be more open to short term relationship rather than long, and it's because why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, than perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship.

 

I mean, in the past as I understand that the main way that we've been able to tell these things as far as we know scientifically is through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But surely, surely, people can change their attitudes. I mean, there, there must be occasions in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex and when they are not, their faces are up to change.

 

No, I think ,what,  the thing we can do with the face that we can’t do with other things is that it's a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be correlated with, for instance hormone levels. So a lot of what we do again, involving facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicators of male testosterone . Male testosterone we know is important in certain kinds of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the millennium have become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of the testosterone to really look at that. Now if you really want to look at the body language, it' harder...

 

It's always, of course quite difficult to assume we 've actually learned from our experiences in this regard, but when it comes, but when it comes to man, I mean, you seem to be saying that face features actually correspond personalities. But isn't that a bit like, you know the Victoria Ages, looks like phrenology, isn’t it? Say your head is shaped in this way, therefore you must behave like this.

 

Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to hormone levels, and those hormone levels are then related to behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up on very subtle correlations in a social environment. And that they are using that in their judgments, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we're looking at the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality traits change, they absolutely do. so, so.. Dr, Dr, sadly, we gonna have to leave it there, but thank you very much for sharing your views. Yeah, OK.

 

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Now if you're going out on a pool tonight, paying attention to this. Psycologists think they can identify facial characteristic that betrays whether someone is up to casual sex, also change for longer term relationship.
Beyond romance, candle-lit dinners, red roses, chacolates. Forget it, they can tell from your face that you're only after one thing. Well, that's just a bit of exaggeration, but researchers claim to prove desire for long term relationship or casual sex has written on your face.
These pictures are composite, made by the researchers. The faces on the right are made up for those people who said they're up for casual sex. Those on the left are those who said they only after a long term relationship.
Researchers tested several different pairs of faces. They found women, let's apply that could recognise and will much keen on the faces of the man who wants a long term relationship. Men, though apparently could recognise and prefered the faces of women who are up for casual sex.
Sex self, but is this sort of headline grapping stuff, what sign should be about?
I think there's a problem when people read something, and hear about research, propose to tell you something clearly doesn't. Everyone knows they don't choose a partner based upon the shape of their face.
people have shrugged shoulders, and say "well, look science!" It proves everything whenever I want to correct next. I think that's very harmful to the reputation of sciences as a toll of investigation.

Thanks, * things about science. If you look at my face now, you may find it betrays sign of *, but I enjoy from guest here by Dr. Linda Beciloyid of Dower university, who can I'm sure explain all.
Dr. B., in long show, what's your research show?
Really for me, in term of my research, it's all about, when we do a lot researches to what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating.
We've done so much on what people think, for instance, masculine men might be like his partners. What be able to show now is some of those perceptions you had are actually possibly true, that for instance masculine men might actually be more open to short-term relationship through them all. And maybe that's why women turn to, um, prefer masculine man at certain times. Of the man things peharps when they're most interested in short term relationship.

I mean, in the past they understand the main way we've been able to tell these things from, you know, scientifically its body language, the way that people behave. But you, you actually concertated specifically on how faces are made up. Surely (yes) people can change their attitudes, I mean, there must be occasions when people love for * when they are reference casual, sometimes they're not, their faces are up change.

Now I think what the thing we can do with the face, we can't do with other things is just really useful medium for manupilating certain things we know might be corelated with for instance, hormone level.
so a lot of what we do again involving facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way in which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicate the male to *. Male to * we know is important kind of behavior such a sex drive. And because we know women should over * become sensitive to whether the guy is likely to be someone he wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face, and the facial indicated those trend, to really look that. (So %^&**)

Joyce, of course this got to, we actually learn for about such experience this week, God, but what comes, what comes to, man, you think that facial feature is actually corespondence personality. But it's not a bit like, you know, the Victorian ages, less like phenology, isn't it? Your head is sharp in this way, therefor you must behave like this.
Yeah, I think we not try to be that prescriptive, er, like they said, certain key figures are related to both to hormone levels and those hormone levels then relate to behaviors. Then what we think possibly happening is overcourse times, people are picking up very subtle correlations in social environment. Em, Then using that in the judgment, but of course when you actually think about real interaction, yes, body language is important, what people say is important. Really we're looking a face as one particarly aspect the way things go, and in turns, the personality traits changing is absolutely do. Em, so..

Dr. Beciloyid, we're gonna to have to leave there, thank you very much for sharing with us.
Yeah, Ok.

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