10 Interesting Psychological Facts About Love
Love at first listen?
We often talk about love at first sight, but scientists have found that you might not even need to see someone to fall in love. Scientists have found that the voice of a person can affect the perceived attractiveness of the person – and that perceived attractiveness corresponds to possible mates who had more sexual partners and who had sex at an earlier age. So if your possible date has a seductive voice, you may want to tread lightly when it comes to discussing past relationships.
"It" is a thing.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found that, even though a person might claim to be looking for certain things in a dating situation, they will tend to ignore those things and evaluate a potential partner almost immediately upon meeting, looking for that certain "it," whether "it" is related to age, height, weight, or attractiveness. Factors such as religion, education, and income go right out the door if a person finds someone who meets the right outward combinations.