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Guys with fit bodies did better at getting messages if they took their shirt off than if they left it on.Even so, that six-pack has a short shelf life, the team says.That result held even when the team controlled for cleavage shown at that angle.Yagan suggests that self-taken photos have a sense of authenticity.Managing Ed, Random House Dave Pell knows his way around the net like few others, and his selection of each day's news is one of best tools I have.
Photos in which men were looking away from the camera and not smiling had the most success in getting messages from possible dates.The data didn't include the most and least attractive photos in order to just look at certain photo factors rather than the attractiveness of the person.The results may hold for anyone looking for love, regardless of whether it's digital dating.'' There are millions of experiments essentially happening on our site every day." Yagan and his colleagues catalogued more than 7,000 profile photographs from Ok Cupid.com, looking at facial attitude, such as whether the person is smiling; context of photo, such as whether the image was taken outdoors or in a bedroom; and how much skin is bared.
Pictures came from those ages 18 to 32 who lived in big cities.(In general, women get fewer new messages as they age.) The dating site even encourages members to make sure people can "see your face" on the upload-photo page.