Social support influences preferences for feminine facial cues in potential social partners.

@article{Watkins2012SocialSI,
  title={Social support influences preferences for feminine facial cues in potential social partners.},
  author={Christopher D Watkins and Lisa M DeBruine and Anthony C. Little and Benedict C Jones},
  journal={Experimental psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={59 6},
  pages={340-7}
}
Most previous studies of individual differences in women's and men's preferences for sexually dimorphic physical characteristics have focused on the importance of mating-related factors for judgments of opposite-sex individuals. Although studies have suggested that people may show stronger preferences for feminine individuals of both sexes under conditions… CONTINUE READING