Deep voice of alpha male: rival's masculine voice not enough to challenge a man's dominance
Geplaatst op 28 mei 2010 - 16:56
ScienceDaily (May 28, 2010) ó Men with a deep, masculine voice are seen as more dominant by other men but a man's own dominance -- perceived or actual -- does not affect how attentive he is to his rivals' voices. His own dominance does however influence how he rates his competitors' dominance: the more dominant he thinks he is, the less dominant he rates his rival's voice
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