So Cute It Hurts! Volume 2
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Ekman, P., Sorenson, E. R., & Friesen, W. V. (1969). Pan-cultural elements in facial display of emotions. Science, 164, 86-88. It’s true! If you spot a little kitten in Mexico City and let out an effusive, “cute!”, you’ll most likely be understood. But, hey, where’s the fun in that?
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Note to reader: we’re talking babies and puppies here, so don’t use it as a synonym of ‘handsome’ or you may get some hurt looks (you’ve been warned!). Cinthya – Me había arreglado muy mona para venir, pero me llovió saliendo del metro y no traía paraguas.Something or someone that is cute is very pretty or attractive, or is intended to appear pretty or attractive. Nittono is a kawaii researcher—that is, he studies the Japanese concept of cuteness and how we experience it. His research has found that looking at kawaii images, like photos of puppies or kittens ( or baby alpacas, perhaps?) helps us focus and pay attention to detail, improves our attention, and leads to better task performance. Desmond Collins, who was an Extension Lecturer of Archaeology at London University,  said that the lengthened youth period of humans is part of neoteny. 
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G & B (North West) Ltd Giants Hall Farm, Standish Wood Lane South, Off Willow Road, Beech Hill, Wigan, WN6 8RYThis finding has also been demonstrated in a study conducted by T. R. Alley in which he had 25 undergraduate students (consisting of 7 men and 18 women) rate the cuteness of infants depending on different characteristics such as age, behavioral traits, and physical characteristics such as head shape, and facial feature configuration.  Preference in young children
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Schneider, Avie (10 January 2013). "Agreed, Baby Pandas Are Cute. But Why?". National Public Radio . Retrieved 13 January 2013. It’s actually the Latin American name for the ‘bogeyman’, but it can also refer to a ‘fruit’, a ‘cookie’ or even the female genitalia.Lorenz, K. (1943). “Die angeborenen Formen mo¨glicher Erfahrung,” Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie, 5, 235–409. Majo’ is an adjective used in Spain to describe ‘nice’ behavior, a ‘good-looking’ person, and pretty much anything ‘pretty’.