Volunteers or candidates were asked to look at various kinds of images from movies and paintings.
At the end of the study, researchers found that women volunteers were more interested in looking at female leads rather than the male protagonists. The women spent 61 percent of their time looking at the women in the movies and only 39 percent of their time looking at men.
It was also found out that women ogled or stared at the actresses from head to toe, whereas the men were only interested in seeing the female lead’s face.
“The women might be checking out their sexual rivals, and comparing themselves with them. That’s speculation of course – I’ve no proof whatsoever,” he said.
the claim that ‘women stare more than men’ , can further be substantiated by the results of the research that found that…