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Particularly if most fertile ovulating.

In two studies, women wore shirts for 3 nights during various phases of their menstrual cycle. Male volunteers smelled one of the tee shirts that had been worn by a participant. In addition, some of the male volunteers smelled control shirts, that have not been worn by anyone. Saliva samples for testosterone analysis were performed before and after the men smelled the shirts.. Smells are known to be critical to animal mating habits: Animal studies have shown that male testosterone levels are influenced by odor signals emitted by women, particularly if most fertile ovulating . Psychological scientists Saul L. Miller and Jon K. Maner of Florida State University wanted to see if a similar response occurs in humans.

Two studies, Men’s testosterone responses to olfactory ovulation cueswomen around the world billions of dollars each year on exotic smelling perfumes and lotions in the hope that attracts a mate. But according to a new study in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, going au natural may the best way to be a potential partner to catch the attention.