Menstrual cycle, trait estrogen level, and masculinity preferences in the human voice

@article{Feinberg2006MenstrualCT,
  title={Menstrual cycle, trait estrogen level, and masculinity preferences in the human voice},
  author={D. Feinberg and B. Jones and M. Smith and F. Moore and L. DeBruine and R. Cornwell and S. Hillier and D. Perrett},
  journal={Hormones and Behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={49},
  pages={215-222}
}
Men with low testosterone (feminine men) invest in relationships and offspring more than men with high testosterone (masculine men). Women's attraction to testosterone dependent traits (e.g. masculine face shape) is enhanced during the late-follicular, fertile phase of the menstrual cycle. Attractive, feminine women have stronger preferences for masculine men as possible long-term partners than less attractive, masculine women. We manipulated 2 testosterone related vocal traits (voice pitch and… Expand
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