Sydney Dinner, 6 August – How to make Skeptics even more attractive

Are there gender differences in perceptions of attraction? What are we looking for in a potential mate? Can you find someone attractive online? And what other features make us more or less attractive … even Skeptics?

Dr Martin Graff, Reader in Psychology at the University of South Wales, will be guest speaker at the next Sydney Skeptics dinner. He’ll look at human attraction and why attraction is important to us. He will also look at gender differences in attraction, the features that men and women find attractive, and the differences between males and females in what they seek in a romantic partner. Not to mention do opposites really attract, and does the colour of clothes or the way we smell or who we are with make any difference?

Martin is an associate fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Psychologist, and is a visiting scholar to Deakin University in Melbourne.

A must attend event for those who would like to look their best. (Dress: Casual, but attractive.)

Book now at the Skeptics shop.

Date: August 6
Time: 6.30pm (7.15 dinner followed by talk)
Location: Heritage Function Centre, Ryde-Eastwood Leagues Club, 117 Ryedale Road, West Ryde
Cost: $50 per person (includes buffet dinner)

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