Beauty Really Is In the Eye Of The Beholder, Study IndicatesMark Melin
A universal view of what is an “attractive” person might be somewhat of an illusion, a new study points out, showing that individual experiences shape how people rate the looks of others around them. As good friends, relatives and even genetic twins debate attractiveness, it is personal experience that plays a role in determining what is a rather subjective view of “beauty.”
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