Several factors determine how sexually attractive a person appears: static cues, the shape of the face or the shape of the body; body language, dynamic nonverbal cues; and nonverbal behavior. A recent study showed that a man’s nonverbal behavior toward a woman might cause her to behave in a more sexually attractive manner. In the study, men spoke on the phone to women whose pictures they were shown, some attractive and some unattractive. When the men spoke to women they felt were attractive, their belief was conveyed through their tone of voice to the women, who then began behaving in a more sexually attractive manner.

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