A new study claims that you can know whether or not a man is trustworthy by the breadth of his cheekbones.
The study has been published in the journal Psychological Science.
In the research, lead researcher Michael Stirrat of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland found that in a computerized game, broad-faced men were more likely to exploit others for personal monetary gain. And other players expected this behavior, reports Live Science.
While wide-faced men were more exploitative in this study's context, "it is difficult to generalize to real life," Stirrat said.
The study did not address female trustworthiness.