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How components of facial width to height ratio differently contribute to the perception of social traits

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Can faces with the same fWHR trigger different social perception, i.e. who is more trustworthy, less aggressive or more feminine?

Example of three faces selected from the database used in the present study. These faces have the same facial width to height ratio (fWHR) obtained by differently combined upper facial height and bizygomatic width.

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