The face is a source of much fascination to scientists and researchers because of the particularly well-developed ability of humans to process information from other’s faces.1 In fact, humans have a nearly automatic tendency to categorize a person as attractive or unattractive, with the ability to differentiate within 100 milliseconds, showing that beauty can be assessed rapidly and from just small amounts of information.1
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