Perceptions across the Menstrual Cycle: Attentiveness to Sexual Orientation

Rosen, Katherine S.
2010

The present study was performed to determine whether or not ovulating women show enhanced memory for, and better categorization of, straight and gay male faces when compared to that of menstruating women. Thirty undergraduate women were tested on two occasions, during ovulation and menstruation. On each occasion participants were presented with a series of straight and gay male faces. Following a ... read more

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Department of Psychology
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