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Men who'd met the attractive woman were 12% less likely to forgive their partners, while women who'd met the attractive man were 17.5% more likely to show forgiveness. According to research from Webster University psychologist Monica Moore — who studied people's flirting behavior at singles bars, shopping malls, and other places where young people meet — women who smiled and made eye contact with others were more likely to be approached than those who were simply good-looking.Without being too much of a creep, staring into another person's eyes really does have effects.All old stories (more than a few months old) are compiled together as alphabetical archive, and now include photos of women-scammers and links to related articles.New additions/updates are added separately, and are accessible from this page.Below, we've rounded up some of the most intriguing findings on the art of flirtation, so you can saunter over to the object of your affection with confidence.In that study, Henningsen asked 101 female and 99 male students to write out a hypothetical flirty conversation between a man and a woman, then identify the motivations for the things they said.
Kleinke asked 600 respondents to rate the effectiveness of three varieties of opening lines in a flirtatious situation: The responses were pretty evenly split along gender lines: While the men in the study tended to prefer the more direct approach, the women tended to prefer the open-ended, innocuous questions.
The same experiment was repeated on 58 female undergrads and attractive or unavailable men.
After the encounters, researchers asked participants how they'd react if their partner had done something annoying.
The behaviors broke down along gender norms: Men were significantly more likely to have a sexual motivation, while women tended to have a relational one.
Like Tinder, cats, and dying alone, flirting is usually associated with single people. After studying 164 married people for a 2012 study, University of Kentucky researcher Brandi Frisby noted that most of them flirted — by playing "footsies" or whispering in their partner's ear, for example — as a means of maintaining and emphasizing intimacy.
Half the time, the men simply made the request; half the time they lightly touched the woman's forearm for one second while asking.