Women look at things differently than men
Men and women do see the world differently, a new research has claimed.
In the study, scientists from the University of Bristol examined where men and women looked when viewing still images.
They found that while women made fewer eye movements than men, those who did make were longer and to more varied locations, the Daily Express reported.
These differences were maximum when they viewed images of people.
With pictures of heterosexual couples, both men and women chose to look at the female figure.
However, this preference was stronger for women.
While men were only interested in the faces, researchers found that women were also drawn to the rest of the bodies - in particular the female figure.
"Despite occupying the same world, viewpoints of men and women can, at times, be very different," Felix Mercer Moss, a PhD student who led the study, said.
The findings have been published in the journal PLoS ONE.