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What makes somebody attractive? And this can be asked at all sorts of levels but a simple level is what makes for a pretty face? So,these are,according to ratings,very attractive faces. They are not the faces of real people. What's on the screen are computer generated faces of a Caucasian male and a Caucasian female who don't exist in the real world. But through using this sort of computer generation,and then asking people what they think of this face,what they think of that face,scientists have come to some sense as to what really makes a face attractive,both within cultures and across cultures. And that's something which we're going to devote some time to when we talk about social behavior,and in particular,when we talk about sex .Not all attractiveness,not all beauty of course,is linked to sex. So,pandas for instance,like this panda,are notoriously cute,and I don't have anything to say about it really. It's just a cute picture(laughter).

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  • ddeana
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ご質問文が載っているファイルを見つけました。 http://psicologia.uniurb.it/cdl/images/materialedocenti/galli/allegatogalli4.pdf 子供の発達に関するスピーチの一部分のようですが、文章のバックグラウンドがわかると、単語も意味するところがかわってきたりしますので、引用元がある場合あわせて教えていただけると助かります。その上で下記のように訳させていただきました。 「何が人を魅力的にするのでしょう? これはさまざまの違ったレベルの尋ね方が出来ますが、一番簡単なレベル(の質問)としては、何がかわいい顔を生み出すのでしょうか? そう、格付けによればこれらは、とっても魅力的な顔です。こうした顔は実在する人の顔ではありません。画面上の顔は、コンピューターが作り出した、現実世界には存在しない白人男性と白人女性の顔です。 しかし、こうしたコンピューター創成を使用し、人々にこの顔はどうか、あの顔はどうかと聞くことにより、科学者は何が本当に人の顔を魅力的にするのかについて、個別文化内と異文化間両方においてある種の感覚にたどり着くのです。そしてその感覚は、私たちが社会的行動、特に性について話す時にかなりの時間費やすものでもあるのです。 すべての魅力や、もちろんすべての美しさが性に関連しているのではありません。そうですね、例えばパンダ。このパンダみたいに憎らしいほど可愛いですし、そのことについて本当はどうかなんて言いませんよ(※1)。実に可愛い写真です(笑)」 ※1:最初にコンピューターの合成写真を見せたので、このパンダもなにかそういったことをほどこしているのでは?と思う人がいるかもしれないから、そうじゃないですよと言いたいのでは推察いたします。 。

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  • sayshe
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何が、人を魅力的にするのでしょうか? そして、このことは、あらゆる種類のレベルで尋ねることができます、しかし、簡単なレベルでは、何が、きれいな顔を作り出すのでしょうか? それで、これらは、レーティングに従えば、非常に魅力的な顔です。 それらは、現実にいる人々の顔ではありません。 スクリーンに映し出されているのは、現実の世界には存在しない白人男性と白人女性のコンピュータが作りだした顔です。しかし、この種のコンピュータ合成を使い、その後、人々にこの顔をどう思うか、あの顔をどう思うかと尋ねることによって、文化内で、また、文化を越えて、何が、実際に顔を魅力的にするかについて、科学者は、ある種の合意点に達しました。そして、そのことが、我々が、社会的なふるまいについて話す時、そして、特に、性について話す時、いくらかの時間をつぎこもうとするものなのです。魅力ばかりが、そして、もちろん、美しさばかりが、性に結びついている訳ではありません。 それで、例えば、パンダは、このパンダの様に、悪名高いほど、かわいらしいです、そして、私には、本当に、そのことついて言うべきことは何もありません。 それは、全く、可愛らしい写真です(笑)。

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