As it turns out, when people were rated high on openness, they were likely to be rated high on dominance, too.
My favorite three role models are Lucille Ball (for her humor), Jackie Kennedy (for her beauty and her class) and Eleanor Roosevelt (for her desire to want to improve the world and make it a better, happier place).” These sentences could have been just generic information.
However, because she defined what she meant parenthetically, we aren’t left guessing what creative things she likes or why she values certain role models.
They asked each person to indicate how attractive they found their partner and whether they'd like to see their partner again.
Sure enough, people who took up a lot of space with their bodies were rated more attractive.
In other words, it would seem as though open body language does, in fact, cause people, especially men, to seem more attractive.
In a follow-up experiment, the researchers had another group of people rate the profile photos on openness and dominance.
We are crystal clear about her preferences and have learned about her values.
“I love to travel and explore the world, meet different types of people and experience different cultures.
Let’s examine the following real dating profile (it’s from an awesome human being who gave me permission to feature her profile, and yes, she is available).
I have not met her in person; in fact I haven’t spoken with her yet.
Friends and family are important to me, and I try to bring joy as much as possible to other people’s lives.