Men have long found the idea of women in red an alluring idea, but a new study by the University of Rochester, found that that feeling is mutual. The study, published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, found women were more attracted to men wearing red.
If you’re wondering why Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paridis — or Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes — chose the other as a partner, new research by the University of St Andrews in Scotland may suggest why: because women are most attracted to men who look like the masculine version of themselves.
A new study by the University of Chicago suggests that when accents make people less certain about what an individual is saying, they may transfer that uncertainty onto the statement itself, deciding that the statement is less credible. As a result, many people equate accents with a lack of trustworthiness.