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Women appeared to used this form of deception more than did men.
(I personally suspect, though, that this gender difference has less to do with male versus female deception and more to do with how much make-up a woman wears in the middle of the day to a lab experiment compared to when out for a date.)They also found that the less attractive a person was the more likely they were to have lied about objective measures of physical attractiveness such as height and weight.
One point about this study: the participants ranged in age from 18 to 53, and yet the judges ranged in age from 18 to 22.
Judges (undergraduate students) rated -- on a scale of one to ten -- the pictures taken in the lab and the main profile picture for attractiveness.His comment was, “I could have been a doctor by now!” To which I responded, “Good bye.”No one likes to be deceived by a person with whom you hope to one day develop a trusting relationship.But many people see it as more than just a physical trait, but something tells them about the person's attitude and lifestyle.Are these reasons justified, or should they open up their minds to dating someone bigger?