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

by Kathy Jones on October 21, 2013 at 7:28 PM
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 Wide-Faced Men More Likely to Con You, Claims Study

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.


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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