Perceptions about who and what is attractive change during our teenage years.
'Visual' diet affects attraction to opposite sex.
St Andrews' scientists examine variation in human sex roles
Why the emancipation of women was linked to murderesses, witches and vampires.
St Andrews researchers may finally have found the reason why women are more likely to coo over babies than men.
St Andrews' academics discuss hot topics in sex and gender studies at an international conference.
New research gives deeper insight into mate attractiveness.
An internationally renowned theologian will deliver a lecture on the subject of 'popular crucifixions' at the University of St Andrews today (Wednesday 21st March 2007).
CAPTION: 'Unicorno' by Erminia Passannanti.
Psychologists have found that humans select long-term partners who not only look like themselves, but look like their opposite sex parents.