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17 September 2014
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Psychology tests

Face Perception 2

  • How does the shape of a face affect the personality you see in it.
  • It has 6 questions and should take about 5 minutes.
  • You will see the same pair of opposite sex faces and you will be asked to rate them for five personality traits and choose which is more attractive.
  • When you submit your choices, you will be able to see how the rest of our audience voted.
  • It was developed by Professor David Perrett and Dr Tony Little of the University of St Andrews.
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