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Research suggests that near ovulation women tend to consume fewer calories and engage in more physical activity; they are judged to be more attractive, express greater preferences for masculine and symmetrical men, and experience increases in sexual desire for men other than their primary partners. Some of these cycle phase shifts are moderated by partner attractiveness and interpreted as strategic responses to women's current reproductive context. The present study investigated changes indoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092796 pmid:24710508 pmcid:PMC3977843 fatcat:kjfijmwytva6ta5kz7n7qod74e