With gay marriage now legal in the USA (not to mention, Sweden, New Zealand, Uruguay, and the Pitcairn Islands), Robert Burriss looks at how same-sex attraction develops during adolescence. Is same-sex attraction stable during teenage years, and what are lesbians’ first memories … [Read more...] about The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast – Same-Sex and Both-Sex Attraction in Adolescence
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Many of us wish we were more confident, but is self-assuredness or arrogance attractive? Is it possible to be overconfident when it comes to love? And is there a male propensity to overestimate how attractive we are to women? Robert Burriss discusses these topics and more. Check … [Read more...] about The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast – When We Think We’re More Attractive Than We Are
Robert Burriss straps on beer goggles to find out how alcohol influences attractiveness. Also, you have a penis! Well, half of you do, and we discover what happens to men’s sexual thoughts when they’re reminded of what they’re packing in their tighty whities. Check out the … [Read more...] about The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast – Beer Goggles and Penis Arrows
In the season finale of SAGE’s Relationship Matters podcast, hosted by Dr. Bjarne Holmes of Champlain College, Dr. Kelly Buckholdt (University of Memphis) discusses the role of parental emotion coaching on their kid’s relationships with peers. The research team (also … [Read more...] about Parental Emotional Coaching and Children’s Peer Relationships: Relationship Matters Podcast 47
Robert Burriss discusses how the average attractiveness of a group of people is influenced by its members. Also, how the ratio of men to women in our social group meddles with our mating psychology. Check out the newest episode of The Psychology of Attractiveness podcast here. … [Read more...] about The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast – Is Beauty Contagious?