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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Circum-menopausal changes in women's preferences for sexually dimorphic shape cues in peer-aged faces|
|Author(s):||Jones, Benedict C|
Roberts, S Craig
DeBruine, Lisa M
|Citation:||Jones BC, Vukovic J, Little A, Roberts SC & DeBruine LM (2011) Circum-menopausal changes in women's preferences for sexually dimorphic shape cues in peer-aged faces, Biological Psychology, 87 (3), pp. 453-455.|
|Abstract:||Recent studies suggest that post-menopausal women demonstrate stronger preferences for feminine characteristics in male and female faces than do pre-menopausal women, potentially reflecting stronger preferences for healthy men and greater derogation of attractive women among more fertile women. A limitation of this work was that it assessed circum-menopausal women's face preferences using images of young adults only. Here, we found that post-menopausal women demonstrated stronger preferences for feminine characteristics in male and female peer-aged faces that did pre-menopausal women. These data present novel evidence for circum-menopausal variation in face perception and confirm that the circum-menopausal variation in face preferences observed previously was not an artefact of the young faces employed as stimuli.|
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