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Authors:

  • Maya Aloni, Western Connecticut State Univ.
  • Andrew Geers, Univ. of Toledo
  • Mykelle Coleman, Western Connecticut State Univ.
  • William Silvia, Western Connecticut State Univ.
  • Gwendolyn Banta, Western Connecticut State Univ.
  • Karissa Milano, Western Connecticut State Univ.
We hypothesized that people with a gluten-free dietary restriction would be perceived as less desirable romantic partners compared to people with no dietary restriction. Participants set up chairs farther apart for an upcoming interaction with a gluten-free (vs. control) partner. They also evaluated the gluten-free partner as more high-maintenance than the control partner.
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