Perrett, D. I., May, K. A., & Yoshikawa, S. (). Facial Shape and Judgements of Female Attractiveness. Nature, , Jan 14, · It is very likely that other facial information, seemingly unrelated to visual spatial frequency, plays a relevant role in judgments of attractiveness (e.g., skin’s tone [83, 84]), but spatial frequency may play a role beyond the coding of facial shape. In particular, the optimal perception of several of surface and texture cues may be.
Jun 12, · There is also a link between hormonal profile and face shape. Women with higher circulating oestrogen have more feminine faces, while men with high testosterone have more masculine faces (, but see also). If women with high oestrogen and men with high testosterone are valued as mates, preferences for cues of hormonal profile could drive preferences for sexually dimorphic face . Facial shape and judgements of female attractiveness The finding that photographic and digital composites (blends) of faces are considered to be attractive has led to the claim that attractiveness is averageness. This would encourage stabilizing selection, favouring phenotypes with Cited by:
Mar 17, · An average face shape is attractive but may not be optimally attractive9. D., May, K. & Yoshikawa, S. Facial shape and judgements of female attractiveness. Nature , Cited by: Aug 27, · The face shape selected by Caucasian subjects as most attractive (from the shape range available) was significantly feminized for both the Caucasian female face (mean level of feminization was