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Bad dancing, begone: Science pinpoints the moves to catch ladies' eyes (Video)

Men too shy to hit the club should get out their dancing shoes. Psychologists at Northumbria University have identified what moves make a "good" dancer and a "bad" dancer.

According to the school's release, Nick Neave headed the study and said he thinks that dance movements may signal a man's reproductive quality in terms of health, vigor and strength.

"Men all over the world will be interested to know what moves they can throw to attract women," the psychologist said.

(Keep reading to see the video.)

The research group put out some handy demonstration videos to show what dancing moves you should throw out your next night on the town.

Here's what a good dancer looks like:

Here's what a bad dancer looks like:

Sadly, for Elaine Benes, scientists have yet to discover what moves a woman needs to dominate on the dance floor. We're pretty sure the "full-body dry heave" won't make the cut.

By Melissa Bell  | September 8, 2010; 1:25 PM ET
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