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The participants in this study were 650 first-year heterosexual psychology students who received course credit for completing the survey.
They estimated their own height, and reported on their sex, ethnicity (most were Dutch or German), and reported on their sexual orientation.
In general, women were more likely than men to think that the man should be taller and they didn’t want to be in a relationship in which they were taller than their male partners.
Men liked being taller than their partners, but they didn’t care about the height difference as much as women did.
When it comes to romantic partners, men and women tend to sort themselves out so that they form pairs of similar height.Google Analytics will not receive personal information such as your name or exact location.Using your public IP address, it is possible to generate approximate geolocation coordinates, and the maximum accuracy represents the city you are in, or a city close to it.They were also curious to learn how and why people are satisfied with their own height.Evolutionarily speaking, one might argue that a tall man would be preferred by women because, if you follow the argument, he’ll be stronger and better able to ward off physical treats to his family.