Infant's visual preferences for facial traits associated with adult attractiveness judgements: data from eye-tracking.
Human and Non-Human Primate Preferences for Faces and Facial Attractiveness
- Jack A F Griffey
For humans and non-human primates (NHPs) the face represents a particularly important source of social information providing a means of conspecific recognition and cues to personal details including…
Preferring and Detecting Face Symmetry: Comparing Children and Adults Judging Human and Monkey Faces
The study supports some ideas from an evolutionary advantage view of symmetry preference, whereby symmetry is expected to be higher for potential partners and higher post-puberty when partner choice becomes more relevant.
Similarities in human visual and declared measures of preference for opposite-sex faces.
The data indicate that visual and declared preferences for manipulated facial stimuli produce similar directional preferences across participants and are also correlated with one another within participants, and suggest that a combined approach is most useful in outlining population level preferences for traits.