Women's hormone levels modulate the motivational salience of facial attractiveness and sexual dimorphism

@article{Wang2014WomensHL,
  title={Women's hormone levels modulate the motivational salience of facial attractiveness and sexual dimorphism},
  author={Hongyi Wang and A. Hahn and Claire I Fisher and L. DeBruine and B. Jones},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={246-251}
}
The physical attractiveness of faces is positively correlated with both behavioral and neural measures of their motivational salience. Although previous work suggests that hormone levels modulate women's perceptions of others' facial attractiveness, studies have not yet investigated whether hormone levels also modulate the motivational salience of facial characteristics. To address this issue, we investigated the relationships between within-subject changes in women's salivary hormone levels… Expand
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