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Physical Attractiveness and Romantic Relationships: A Review
Psychology and Psychotherapy Research Study
When asked to state their ideal romantic-partner preferences, men tend to overestimate women's physical attractiveness, whereas women tend to overestimate men's earning prospects [1, 2] . Beyond this gender-related difference, however, both men and women prefer attractive, as compared to non-attractive partners. Attractive individuals are more popular, at least among members of the opposite gender, and they are more successful in dating relationships  . In line with these findings, it coulddoi:10.31031/pprs.2020.03.000566 fatcat:wpw4b6wxbjberafwydbltcrame