EHBEA 2019: conference special. 15 July 2019

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Summary: <p><audio> </audio> </p><p>This month, The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast bows out with a special from the European Human Behavior and Evolution Association Conference in Toulouse! Thanks for listening, everyone: it's been real.</p><p>I speak to Ayten Yeşim Semchenko about how men and women choose partners when they have limited information about their romantic prospects; to Linda Lidborg about the possible links between a father's testosterone levels and the sexual behaviour of his adolescent offspring; and to Lucie Kuncová about whether we 'imprint' on our parents' odour and later find people with a similar odour more attractive.<br> </p><p>Yeşim mentioned a study I covered on the podcast a few years ago, about whether people can judge the attractiveness of others just by looking at the back of their heads. <a href="">Here is a link to the transcript of that episode</a>.<br> </p><p><a href="">Download the MP3</a> </p><p><b>Subscribe!</b><br> Make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing in <a href="">Apple Podcasts</a>, <a href="">Google Podcasts</a>, or <a href=";refid=stpr">Stitcher.</a> </p><p><img src=""></p><p><i>The sun sets in Toulouse, and on The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast. <a href="">Flickr/Maxime Bober</a></i></p><p><br> <br> <br> </p>