Whether women view men as aggressors or protectors predicts their masculinity preferences
New research sheds light on perceived intelligence
Good looks make it impossible for teachers to rate academic performance
Tall, masculine men aged around 35 are perceived to be most dominant by others, according to new research
Research shows taller, heavier men are perceived as more masculine
Cheekbones may convey a man's trustworthiness.
Scientists in Psychology demonstrate biases in the way in which people perceive faces as part of a Brain Day for Secondary School Students.
CAPTION: How John Lennon might have looked if he were still alive on his 64th birthday tomorrow. CREDIT: www.perceptionlab.com , The University of St Andrews.