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Testosterone on the dance floor


Dr Peter Lovatt, from the University of Hertfordshire's psychology department, uses distorted videos of specific dance moves to test whether women find certain styles of dancing more attractive than others.

He is using the results of these tests to find out whether there is a link between testosterone levels, dancing styles and attractiveness in men. The videos here range from "small simple" dancing to "very large random".

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