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“…Whereas former studies (Guéguen, 2011;Hald & Høgh-Olesen, 2010) found that the confederate's attractiveness was a good predictor of subject's consent, we found a low correlation between attractiveness and consent. The confederate's per- …”
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“…Whereas former studies (Guéguen, 2011;Hald & Høgh-Olesen, 2010) found that the confederate's attractiveness was a good predictor of subject's consent, we found a low correlation between attractiveness and consent. The confederate's per- …”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
“…Conley, Schützwohl et al, and Voracek et al asked participants how they hypothetically would react to the Clark and Hatfield scenario, varying systematically the attractiveness of the requestor. They found that women were significantly more likely to accept sexual advances from a very attractive male requestor, a finding not present in field studies (Gué-guen, 2011;Hald & Høgh-Olesen, 2010).…”
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“…Along with lowering their standards for a sexual partner, men can increase the numbers of partners they have by decreasing the amount of time they wait to engage in sexual intercourse with a new partner (Buss and Schmitt, 1993). Sexual attraction to a partner more quickly develops in men than in women (Clark and Hatfield, 1989;Clark et al, 1999;Hald and Høgh-Olesen, 2010;Rubin et al, 1981) and men frequently misperceive women's friendliness as a signal of sexual interest (Abbey, 1982;Haselton, 2003;Haselton and Buss, 2000;Perilloux et al, in press). Sexual attraction to a partner more quickly develops in men than in women (Clark and Hatfield, 1989;Clark et al, 1999;Hald and Høgh-Olesen, 2010;Rubin et al, 1981) and men frequently misperceive women's friendliness as a signal of sexual interest (Abbey, 1982;Haselton, 2003;Haselton and Buss, 2000;Perilloux et al, in press).…”
Section: Short-term Matingmentioning
“…Previous research suggests that men generally desire a much larger number of short-term relationships compared with women (Buss & Schmitt, 1993;Schmitt, 2003). Similarly, men are less choosy when it comes to short-term mating partners but as choosy as women when it comes to long-term romantic partners (Clark & Hatfield, 1989;Kenrick, Groth, Trost, & Sadalla, 1993;Hald & Høgh-Olesen, 2010). Thus, selfenhancers might be less choosy than people with a more realistic or low self-perception when choosing dating partners for short affairs, as they regard quantitative mating success as an achievement, a phenomenon that should be particularly true for men.…”
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