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Attractive professional cyclists are faster
Date:2/5/2014

ractive riders are, therefore, faster", summed up Postma.

Hormones play an important role

The link between attractiveness and physical performance was strongest in women who were not using a hormonal contraceptive. These women found the faces of men who did well in the race to be particularly attractive. By contrast, the preference for fast riders was less pronounced in both women on the pill and in men. "These results are in line with other studies showing that hormones play an important role when assessing potential sexual partners", says Erik Postma from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies.


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Contact: Dr. Erik Postma
erik.postma@ieu.uzh.ch
41-446-354-973
University of Zurich
Source:Eurekalert

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