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From: Times of India

Stereotypical men, women more realistic

Times of India:

The psychologists said that it is a very difficult skill to master, but stereotypical male and female are almost always accurate in their predictions of who wants to date them.

In Psychological Science, psychology professor Mitja Back and his colleagues report that they studied several hundred participants in a German speed-dating group.

They asked each participant to take a psychological test aimed at assessing how “sociosexually unrestricted” the men were, and how “agreeable” the women were.

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