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Through gazing). Few studies have investigated whether beauty catches the eye in real-life mixed-sex interactions. Two studies demonstrated that male participants spent more time gazing at female confederates in face-to-face conversations, if the confederates had been made more attractive by changes in clothing and make-up (Fugita, Agle, Newman, & Walfish, 1977; Kleck & Rubenstein, 1975). In addition, Kleinke, Staneski, and Berger (1975a; see also Kleinke, Staneski, & Pipp, 1975b) compared men gazing at female confederates who varied in natural physical attractiveness, but did not find significant effects.

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