Scientists from the University of California found that partner selection criteria differ for men and women essentially, how it happens, the study found.
The survey involved about 28 thousand heterosexual participants aged 18 to 75 years old. Experts have studied how different criteria when choosing a partner by sex, age, level of income and education, as well as external data.
In particular, experts have tried to understand to what extent the attractiveness and high incomes are welcome and vital for men and women in search of a partner for the creation of a long relationship.
It was found that men when choosing a couple more interested in attractiveness, while women are attracted plenty partner. At the same time it turned out that they both prefer to choose a partner that is attractive to them, but not in general.
Interestingly, the age and needs of men and women is significantly mitigated. Confidence in their own attractiveness, people had no serious physical requirements according to the partner can not be said about those who were not sure in yourself.