This was a question at the heart of the Capilano Suspension Bridge experiment (1974). To test whether attraction could be misattributed to a similar sensation, a female assistant interviewed two groups of males: one group on a low, stable bridge, the other on an anxiety-inducing suspension bridge. With hearts racing, the men on the suspension bridge were significantly more likely to express romantic feelings towards the assistant. So, when considering potential suitors, do so with feet firmly on the ground.
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