Looks can be deceptive. If you want some proof, consider a new study which analyzes the actions of aggressive-looking males. Turns out, men with angry, violent faces are actually far more likely to makes sacrifices for their close friends.
The research, carried out by a pair of psychologists at St Andrews University, Scotland and published in Psychological Science, investigated the generosity of individuals with differing face shapes.
In the past, plenty of research has shown that the width-to-height ratio of the human face correlates with antisocial tendencies like aggression, exploitation, cheating, and deception.
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