08-23-2015, 05:34 PM
Quote:One set of pictures, in which the right side of the nose and the mouth were used to make the trait symmetric (A) unmanipulated face (B) right symmetric, centered mouth © right symmetric mouth, skewed 0.5 cm to the right (D) right symmetric mouth, skewed 1.0 cm to the right (E) right symmetric, centered nose (F) right symmetric nose, nose tip skewed 0.5 cm to the right (G) right symmetric nose, nose tip skewed 1.0 cm to the right.
Quote:Effects on perceived attractiveness were clearly found when the nose was the manipulated feature, while none were found for the mouth manipulations, despite these were of the same magnitude than that used for the nose. The most extreme, off-centered, deviation of the nose resulted in decreased perceived attractiveness, whereas an artificially centered nose resulted in increased perceived attractiveness. Finally, the unmanipulated face had higher attractiveness than all of the manipulated faces except for the one with the centered nose. The present results suggest that our sense of attractiveness is affected more by the position of the nose than the mouth.
Cliffs: Time to get a nose job buddy boyos.