字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Love is one of those things that can be really hard to understand. We can try to explain it with science, but there will always be a magical aspect to romance. And yet, when it comes to attraction, there are some interesting psychological facts that might just prove useful when you're looking for that special someone. One. First Impressions. First things first, and yes, we're talking about first impressions. Studies have shown that you only have about 30 seconds to make an impression on someone. That's the amount of time it takes for someone to decide whether they like you or not. Two. Availability. What's the most attractive trait? Surprisingly, research has shown that it's not physical beauty, status, or even personality. It's availability. This basically means that in order to be attractive, you have to let people know you're single, or at least throw some pretty strong hints out there. or at least throw some pretty strong hints out there. Three. Mere Exposure. Ever felt like you're falling more and more in love with someone the more time you spend with them? That's the magic of the mere exposure effect. Research has found that those who spend more time with each other are statistically more likely to find each other attractive. Four. Chameleon Effect. People seem to be attracted to those who act just like they do. They say opposites attract, but the opposite is also true, at least according to the chameleon effect. This states that if you subtly copy people's body language and mannerisms, they're more likely to find you attractive. Five. Matching Hypothesis. Ever notice how most couples are pretty much equally attractive? Seeing a supermodel dating a less attractive person is uncommon, and there's a reason for that. It's called the matching hypothesis, and it states that relationships are more likely to succeed if the two partners are equally attractive.