According to a recent study, men with deeper voices have more children than those with a higher pitched voice.
The study conducted by David Feinberg of McMaster University in Canada showed that women are more attracted to men that have deeper voices. Why is this? Apparently some women sub-conciously feel that the men are more masculine, healthier and older than other men.
David conducted the study to see how the increased attraction to deeper voiced men affected reproduction and the survival of offspring.
“While we find in this new study that voice pitch is not related to offspring mortality rates,” Feinberg said, “we find that men with low voice pitch have higher reproductive success and more children born to them.”
To look for a relationship between the pitch of a man’s voice and birth rates researchers studied a tribe in Tanzania know as the Hadza. This tribe is one of the last know true hunter-gatherer cultures. Because the tribe use no modern methods of birth control, the researches could compart birth rates with no outside influencing factors.
In the end the study showed that Male Hadza tribe members with the deepest voices had more children than the men with higher pitched voices. This relationship between the depth of one’s voice and birth rates could give insight into the evolution of now only how females choose their mates, but also that of the male voice.
“If our ancestors went through a similar process,” Feinberg said, “this could be one reason why men’s and women’s voices sound different.”
If you were not born with a deep voice you can’t turn into Barry White. The good news is that there are voice exercises that you can perform that will help condition your vocal chords and improve the depth of your voice dramatically.
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