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In a new book, a leading expert on attractiveness, Professor DAVID PERRETT, of the University of St Andrews, answers these compelling questions...

It has long been speculated that women tend to choose partners who look like their fathers - and men will pick wives who resemble their mothers in some way. Well, it's certainly true that the characteristics of our parents are imprinted in our minds as children, so that we remember and recognise our parents from a very early age.

He spends weekends jumping out of airplanes, and I spend them reading a book at the drop zone waiting for him to land.

But it seems these 'remembered' characteristics do go on to influence who we find attractive in later life.

We conducted a large-scale survey, asking 300 men and 400 women (all of whom were in a relationship and who had been brought up by two parents) to tell us their hair and eye colour, as well as that of their partner and their parents.

And despite Tim's initial blow-off, we have quite a bit in common.

We're both driven and goal-oriented (he's a former Navy Seal turned entrepreneur, and I am a safety specialist for a company that manufactures gear motors).

The sound of his voice on the phone still makes my heart skip a beat.

Some of my happiest childhood memories involved listening to his stories about his Lebanese homeland, watching him play silly made-up songs on his guitar, and riding on the front of his bike to the park. After my parents divorced when I was 2, our visits were limited to every other weekend and summer break.

Ariane's awesome stepdad and these amazingly awkward moments when dads dealt with boyfriends), I got to thinking about how I've been choosing guys like my dad these last few years... Although my parents are divorced and we rarely speak to our father, my sister Beth (she of last week's boiling frog wisdom) and I often find ourselves picking dudes with his best qualities (handsome--in his day--funny, charming) as well as his worst (detached, selfish, erratic).

(Shudder.) In the wake of all our dad-related stuff this week (e.g.

Every visit ended with an emotional breakdown for me, so much so that my father would beg, “No crying!

You’re killing me.” I would cling to his shirt anyway, sobbing and breathing in his special smell, overcome with the feeling that my heart—my world—was being torn in two.