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Friday, Sept. 19, 2014

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Dominance scale

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.