Visualizations of shape regression on perceived intelligence in women illustrating shape differences between faces with attributed high intelligence and low intelligence compared to an average configuration in the middle. He reports:. The implication Kleisner draws is that the study participants, "accurately assessed intelligence from faces of men based on visual cues that simply are not explicable from shape variability in men's faces. But still significant, especially in a world where images and perception counts for more than ever. A time where we routinely swipe left and right based on a few selfies. While such an activity is often branded as superficial, this study indicates that heterosexual women may genuinely be able to extract more information from a simple picture of a prospective partner than a heterosexual man can. Even if we don't quite know what it is about men's faces that they're picking up on.
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