Recall that boyden and his colleagues (1984) found that gay men who were stereotypically masculine desired a partner who was most of all logical, and that gay men who were stereotypically feminine desired a partner who was most of all expressive. these findings support the role of to influence attraction.
According to Boyden and his colleagues studies and the findings mentioned within the question it seems as though these findings support the role of similarity to influence attraction. This basically indicates that individuals seem to be more attracted to others who exhibit the same emotional, behavioral, and intellectual traits as they believe that they have themselves. Which seems to be the case since both types of men indicated mental attraction instead of psychical attraction.
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