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Ways of selecting romantic partners There has always been a belief that men and women differ in their ways of selecting romantic partners in terms of characteristics in their mates For example men have always been perceived to place more importance in size of breasts in women Likewise women have been perceived to place more importance on height of the men they are interested in and their build This study is to find out whether these social stigmas are true in a typical large college campus dealing with subjects that are around the age of 1819 years Surveys were used to have the subjects rate the importance of characteristics of men and women that are typically looked at when either sex are looking for romantic partners The research in question is Gender Differences in Selecting Romantic Partners There were previous researches and surveys done on this subject There are five such studies that best relate to the research topic The first appeared in Sex Roles The article was titled Sex Differences in Factors of Romantic Attraction The second appeared in Psychological Reports and was titled Mens Preferences in Romantic Partners Obesity vs Addiction The third appeared in College Student Journal and was titled College Students Homogamous Preferences for a Date and Mate The fourth appeared in Sex Roles titled Pursuit of Nontraditional Occupations Fear of Success or Fear of Not Being Chosen The last article appeared in Psychological Bulletin titled Gender Differences in Mate Selection Preferences A Test of the Parental Investment Model The first article Sex Differences in Factors of Romantic Attraction was written by Jeffrey S Nevid His studies method included an anonymous survey in a college classroom consisting of only heterosexual
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