High Heels Increase Women's Attractiveness.

@article{Guguen2015HighHI,
  title={High Heels Increase Women's Attractiveness.},
  author={Nicolas Gu{\'e}guen},
  journal={Archives of sexual behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={44 8},
  pages={2227-35}
}
Research has found that the appearance of women's apparel helps increase their attractiveness as rated by men and that men care more about physical features in potential opposite-sex mates. However, the effect of sartorial appearance has received little interest from scientists. In a series of studies, the length of women's shoe heels was examined. A woman confederate wearing black shoes with 0, 5, or 9 cm heels asked men for help in various circumstances. In Study 1, she asked men to respond… CONTINUE READING

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