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Oberholtzer 1 Joshua Oberholtzer Dr. David Dutwin Com. Research – Com 224 09/09/2007 Attractiveness Article Summary This social experiment’s goal was to distinguish what determining factors, men and women are attracted to in a partner. This study focused on relationship availability and how it affects attractiveness. The study hypothesized that because an involved, or married man, is already taken his worth and stability as a mate is already firmly established. Therefore a married man would be more attractive than an involved man and an involved man would be more attractive than a single man. The first experiment tested 90 female college students ages 18 to 45, from various places around Montclair State University, and described a hypothetical man to them. Then they were asked five questions pertaining to how attracted they were to this man. The second experiment followed the same guidelines as the first except that sixty-two males and sixty-five females were interviewed all from classrooms at
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