Wide-Faced Men More Likely to Con You, Claims Study

by Kathy Jones on  October 21, 2013 at 7:28 PM Menīs Health News
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Wide-faced men lie more than narrow-faced people, and are more likely to con others, claims a new study.

Cheryl McCormick, who conducted the study, said that the research may be useful to make snap judgments while encountering strangers, the Daily Star reported.
 Wide-Faced Men More Likely to Con You, Claims Study
Wide-Faced Men More Likely to Con You, Claims Study

The research conducted on 150 men asked the respondents to complete a virtual dice-rolling task and were told that their score would be matched in lottery tickets.

The study found that one-fifth of the men lied about their score to win more tickets, with the majority of them being wide-faced men.

Source: ANI

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