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Sollte man eine Frau leicht am Arm berühren, wenn man sie um ein Date bittet?
Französische Forscher beauftragten einen männlichen Komplizen Frauen entweder in der Disco („Willst Du tanzen?“) oder auf der Straße anzusprechen („Gibst du mir Deine Telefonnummer?“). Machte es einen Unterschied, wenn man die Frauen leicht am Arm berührte?


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