According to the researchers, Of course, the study has limitations: To begin with, it involved only females.
It would be interesting to see if males are just as effected by uncertainty. Once the women get to know the mysterious men better, the seductive spell may well have worn off.
Being indifferent is the best way to get them interested.
Never tell them that you think they are special or that you love them with all your heart.
Every petal peeled off the rose while saying, "He loves me, he loves me not..." is a step closer to attraction.
But which is a more potent force for seduction: the well-known reciprocity principle of social psychology ()?
I would also say that sometimes men are just impressed with women, not only from appearance but their personality and women, from their experiences and interpretations, doubt sincerity. They should focus instead on determining mutual attraction and then getting to know someone through relationship building.
That most women can be told their are attractive and amazing is a factor. Of course, eye contact, smiles and kind words are all appreciated too, if the guy is seen as attractive to a woman.
You see, women, like men, have pretty good bullshit detectors.
But as the researchers point out, the study still has real-world implications.
Many people meet potential mates online and receive just as much information as the women did in this study.
Finally, another group of women (the "uncertain" condition) were told that it washow much each guy liked her.
The women then viewed four fictitious Facebook profiles of attractive male college students.
As soon as they hear that, they start to disrespect you.