Study: Men Who Move Their Necks and Right Knee Are Perceived As Sexier Dancers; Statistics Don’t Lie

Researchers from Northumbria University filmed 19 men, aged between 18 and 35. Using 3D camera technology as the men danced to music, researchers then plotted a dancing figure (a white avatar) on a blank background. Women were then asked to rate each volunteer’s dancing on a scale of one to 10.

According to 35 heterosexual woman that rated the moves and figures on a scale of one to ten, the attractive dancers made large and varied movements with their neck and trunk.

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The research with this methodology has been going on at least since 2010 …

Science of dancing (the ‘good’ dancer) from Northumbria.

Science of dancing (the ‘bad’ dancer).

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