New York: Men find women more attractive near ovulation, when they`re most fertile, a new study has found suggesting that hormonal shifts may cause facial and vocal changes in females.In the largest study yet to look at whether a woman`s allure changes over the course of her menstrual cycle, scientists noted that ratings of attractiveness were related to hormonal shifts, which bring about various physiological and behavioural changes.Researchers took photographs of 202 women`s faces and made recordings of their speaking voices at two points in their menstrual cycles.They also took saliva samples to measure hormone levels during both sampling sessions. More than 500 men rated the attractiveness of the women`s faces and voices from one of the two sessions.The ratings from the first session were averaged for each woman and then compared with ratings for her second session.
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