Raised salivary testosterone in women is associated with increased attraction to masculine faces

@article{Welling2007RaisedST,
  title={Raised salivary testosterone in women is associated with increased attraction to masculine faces},
  author={L. Welling and B. C. Jones and L. DeBruine and C. A. Conway and E. Al-Dujaili},
  journal={Hormones and Behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={52},
  pages={156-161}
}
Women's preferences for masculinity in men's faces, voices and behavioral displays change during the menstrual cycle and are strongest around ovulation. While previous findings suggest that change in progesterone level is an important hormonal mechanism for such variation, it is likely that changes in the levels of other hormones will also contribute to cyclic variation in masculinity preferences. Here we compared women's preferences for masculine faces at two points in the menstrual cycle… Expand
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