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Uploaded on Sep 8, 2010

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Scientists say they have carried out a "rigorous scientific analysis" of dance moves to discover what makes a man attractive to women.

Using 3D motion-capture technology to film dancers and create computerised 3D avatars the team showed the footage to 35 women to see what they liked.

It was found dance movements which indicate health and reproductive potential - including large and movements of the neck and trunk - were seen as the most attractive.

Unsurprisingly the psychologists from Northumbria University say twitchy and repetitive "Dad dancing" with too much arm waving isn't cool and won't help you pull.

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