Men prefer higher voices in women, and women like deeper voices in men (especially when ovulating or looking for a short-term relationship)…” (pg. 1)| When the word “perception” came about I immediately thought of the Cognitive Prospective. | …”That's why our brains have set us up to draw instantaneous inferences from tiny nuances of behavior, what psychologists call "thin slices" of judgment. We form first impressions of another's attractiveness in a tenth of a second, generating a symphonic burst of desire in which everything from voice to wit plays a part…” ( pg. ). | This section made me think that they used the Biological Prospective to explain the reasoning and help make it easier to see. | “People like people whom others find attractive. You might be inclined to think it's because socializing with (or sleeping with) the It girl enhances your own status in the crowd. ” (pg. 2)| Right here is a great example of the Socio-cultural Prospective. It’s all about where you stand in our society today, and by this statement it is easy to see because it is very true.
Its seems most evident in college students, seeing it firsthand. | “Most of us are drawn to those who hail from our own side of the tracks, and men and women are marrying within their social class much more than ever. ” (pg. 2)| Again a perfect example of Sociocultural Prospective. | “…But ask 5,000 people and clear patterns emerge. Some traits have universal sex appeal because they're markers of good genes, health, and fertility: a fit body, clear skin, a symmetrical face with average-sized and -shaped features, and traits that mark sex hormones…” (pg. )| Now this section exemplifies the Evolutionary Prospective because people, even unknowingly, look for these traits because they want they’re offspring to be the strongest the fittest, which made me think of Darwinism. ‘The strong will survive. ” The stronger, healthier, smarter, and most attractive evolve, the stay alive and most importantly pass their genes on. | Summary: this article was quite interesting, it talked about all aspects of attraction and explained from various prospectives of psychology. It talked about physical attributes such as looks, voice, health ect, to the mental part of attraction. | |