Judgments of honesty-attractiveness and facial features
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The present study examined the correlation between physiognomic facial features measured from pictures of female students and judgments of honesty and attractiveness ratings. Eighty Slides pictures were made and shown to ( 199) students to collect judgments of honesty and attractiveness. Nineteen different physiognomic facial features were measured based on these slide pictures. Results showed that increased width of face (mouth level), decreased height of upper head, and increased width of eyes correlated or predicted judgments of honesty. Also, decreased thickness of lower lip, decreased height of smile, decreased thickness of upper lip, and decreased length of Mid face correlated or predicted judgments of attractiveness.
- Journal of the Educational Research Center - [From 1992 TO 2005] [225 items ]