Attentional and affective biases for attractive females emerge early in development
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Cambridge University Press
Predominant experience with females early in development results in infants developing an attractive, female-like facial representation that guides children's attention toward and affective preferences for attractive females. When combined with increased interest in the other sex at puberty, these early emerging biases might help explain the robust prosocial and financial biases men exhibit toward attractive women during adulthood. © Cambridge University Press 2017.
Rennels, J. L.,
Verba, S. A.
Attentional and affective biases for attractive females emerge early in development.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40
Cambridge University Press.