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As it is a function of age and ethnic group, the facial correlation with the mask is also a function of sex. The mask is the most visually attractive configuration of the human face. In our species women are generally perceived as the more visually attractive sex. Indeed women do correlate with the mask more closely than men. The essential Phi Mask i.
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Face Variations by Sex
Sex differences in face recognition--women's faces make the difference.
A study funded by the Atlanta-based Center for Behavioral Neuroscience CBN analyzed the viewing patterns of men and women looking at sexual photographs, and the result was not what one typically might expect. Researchers hypothesized women would look at faces and men at genitals, but, surprisingly, they found men are more likely than women to first look at a woman's face before other parts of the body, and women focused longer on photographs of men performing sexual acts with women than did the males. These types of results could play a key role in helping researchers to understand human sexual desires and its ultimate effect on public health. The finding, reported in Hormones and Behavior, confirmed the hypothesis of a previous study Stephen Hamann and Kim Wallen, et al. The present study examined sex differences in attention by employing eye-tracking technology that pinpoints individual attention to different elements of each picture such as the face or body parts. Women using hormonal contraceptives looked more at the genitals, while women who were not using hormonal contraceptives paid more attention to contextual elements of the photographs," Rupp said.
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Sex-Dimorphic Face Shape Preference in Heterosexual and Homosexual Men and Women
Men and women are different — we don't need science to tell us that — but are we different even in the way we see the world we share? Yes, according to new research, we see a different world even when we are looking at exactly the same thing. Researchers at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom used eye-tracking instruments to determine exactly where study participants looked when shown various photos of scenes ranging from a village street to heterosexual sex. They found a significant gender difference in where each participant looked while viewing the photos. The difference was so clear, the researchers report in the current issue of the Public Library of Science, that they could be quite accurate in determining the gender of each participant just by studying where the eyes fixated, and how long they stayed there.
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