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Tiger Woods, 2009-present To be fair, Woods had plenty of critics before he crashed his Cadillac SUV into a tree and a fire hydrant in the early morning hours the day after Thanksgiving.But the ensuing avalanche of news, that Woods was cheating on his wife, Elin, and the parade of publicity-loving mistresses pretty much sealed his fate as golf's villain of the moment.The findings, to be published in the November edition of ‘Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin’, concluded that men find the propect of dating intelligent women intimidating.The study, carried out by researchers the University of Buffalo, California Lutheran University and University of Texas, Austin, posits that men’s attraction to certain traits in women can be directly affected by how realistic a romantic prospect their potential lover is.His in-ring work still needed improving and honing, and his speaking skills on the microphone were even less polished.Yet, with such a can't-miss look, WWE (and Vince Mc Mahon, in particular, who likes large-and-muscled for his male talent) decided to throw Reigns into the main event and WWE World Heavyweight Championship pictures.Tejasswi Prakash is back after a hiatus with Pehredaar Piya Ki on Sony TV.
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“[Men faced in this real life scenario] distanced themselves more from her, tended to rate her as less attractive, and showed less desire to exchange contact information or plan a date with her”.
While the authors behind the study caution that more experimentation may be needed to confirm the conclusion, they do believe that “feelings of diminished masculinity accounted for men’s decreased attraction toward women who outperformed them.” Who knew masculinity could be so fragile?
Broken into two parts, 105 men were first read a hypothetical scenario involving a woman who either outperformed or underperformed them in a Maths or English course and then made to imagine them as a romantic partner.