News at Princeton

Monday, April 24, 2017

Web Stories

Dominance Scale

To view the multimedia features on this page, you will need to download the latest version of Flash Player and/or enable JavaScript.

Who's dominant? Princeton University scientists studying computer-generated composites of human faces found that the least dominant face (with a score of -8) had a babyface quality while the face judged to be most dominant possessed characteristics such as a squared, broad chin. Credit: Oosterhof & Todorov Read story.

Back To Top