Gender Study Shows Differing Anatomical Perspectives
A new study from the University of Bristol suggested men and women literally see things differently.
Researchers examined the eye movements of men and women as they looked at still images and pieces of art.
While looking at pictures of heterosexual couples, men tended to look at faces while women also looked at the rest of the body, particularly the female figure.
Experts say men may be more likely to look directly into someone's eyes to assess their level of threat, while women prefer to avoid a dangerous situation and keep their eyes downcast.