Short Men Make Better Boyfriends And Husbands, New York University Study
8/29/2014 9:52:51 AM
Tall or short may affect more than just a man's suit size -- according to a new study it may also impact the success of his marriage. Sociologists from NYU combed through data using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) -- which has collected information on the same 4,500 families since 1968. For the study, researchers analyzed data from 1986 -- the first year height was recorded -- through 2011 to determine if a man's height affected relationship dynamics. Men were classified as short (less than 66” in 1986; less than 67” in 2009), average, or tall (more than 73” in 1986; more than 74” in 2009).
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