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LJBrown88

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About LJBrown88

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  • Birthday 07/15/1988

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    http://inyourfacestudy.athost.net

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    Canterbury
  • Interests
    fake dreads, cupcakes, fairies
  • College Major/Degree
    Univeristy of Kent, Biological Anthropology (BSc Hons)
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Sociobiology, Anthropology, Biology, Evolution, Psychology
  • Biography
    Final year undergraduate student
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    Retail Staff
  1. I had some friends who engaged in trinities. Not threesomes, but 3-way relationships.Needless to say, most of these realtionships ended in tears, 3 always became 2 in the end, as one party would always get jealous or feel left out. Three finally became two for the last time, as the last two left have finally tied the conventional two-way not. That wasn't meant to be a tongue twister! But as much as it seems a nice idea in theory, I don't believe three way relationships, let alone three way reproduction is feasible. human beings are far too complicated enough as it is already. It's already hard enough putting two together!
  2. Happy Birthday Darwin!! I had the privellege of going to an open lecture by Steve Jones yesterday as part of the Darwin 200 series. It was brilliant, he was a very entertaining speaker and a very intelligent man! And me and my anthropology-geek pals are celebrating Darwin's big 200 in style on the 12th march by having a "Darwin's Birthday Beard Bar Crawl Fancy Dress Extravaganza!". We are so cool Hope everyone else is having fun celebrating the genius and his work this year! x
  3. aside from averageness and symmetry, you've missed out the third of the big three - hormonal markers i.e. sexually dimorphic traits e.g. the masculine jaw and the feminine lips. I'm currently looking at some aspects of facial attractiveness in my dissertation research as it goes, see my spiel below : "In your face" is a study forming part of the research of Laura J Brown, a 3rd year BSc Biological Anthropology student at the University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom. The aim of the study is to examine male perception of female facial attractiveness. The only requirements of this study are that you are male and heterosexual (if you are female, feel free to pass the link on to any suitable male friends though!). ***Complete the study and you could be 1 of 3 guys to win a crate of beer!*** The online questionnaire shouldn't take more than 30mins to complete. Please note that some of the questions are of a sexual nature, so only take part if you are happy to answer questions of this kind. You may withdraw at any point should you no longer wish to participate, by simply exiting the website. The questionnaire will involve you being shown a series of female facial photographs (there are 45 in total) and answering a set of corresponding questions. Please answer them honestly. Your responses will be kept confidential. You can take part by clicking this link: "In your face" - male perception of female facial attractiveness Feel free to pass on the study site to any male friends: http://inyourfacestudy.athost.net If you have any questions, please email me at lb219@kent.ac.uk. Thanks for your time, Laura J Brown Research supervisor: Dr Sarah Johns - S.E.Johns@kent.ac.uk Room 162 Department of Anthropology. Marlowe Building. University of Kent. Canterbury, Kent. CT2 7NR. United Kingdom
  4. "In your face" is a study forming part of the research of Laura J Brown, a 3rd year BSc Biological Anthropology student at the University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom. The aim of the study is to examine male perception of female facial attractiveness. The only requirements of this study are that you are male and heterosexual (if you are female, feel free to pass the link on to any suitable male friends though!). ***Complete the study and you could be 1 of 3 guys to win a crate of beer!*** The online questionnaire shouldn't take more than 30mins to complete. Please note that some of the questions are of a sexual nature, so only take part if you are happy to answer questions of this kind. You may withdraw at any point should you no longer wish to participate, by simply exiting the website. The questionnaire will involve you being shown a series of female facial photographs (there are 45 in total) and answering a set of corresponding questions. Please answer them honestly. Your responses will be kept confidential. You can take part by clicking this link: "In your face" - male perception of female facial attractiveness Feel free to pass on the study site to any male friends: http://inyourfacestudy.athost.net If you have any questions, please email me at lb219@kent.ac.uk. Thanks for your time, Laura J Brown Research supervisor: Dr Sarah Johns - S.E.Johns@kent.ac.uk Room 162 Department of Anthropology. Marlowe Building. University of Kent. Canterbury, Kent. CT2 7NR. United Kingdom
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