Facial sexual dimorphism, developmental stability, and susceptibility to disease in men and women

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We investigated aspects of self-reported health history–the number and duration of respiratory and stomach or intestinal infections and the number of uses of antibiotics over the last 3 years–in relation to measured facial masculinity, developmental instability [facial asymmetry and body fluctuating asymmetry (FA)] and facial attractiveness in a sample of… (More)

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@inproceedings{ThornhillT2006FacialSD, title={Facial sexual dimorphism, developmental stability, and susceptibility to disease in men and women}, author={Randy ThornhillT and Steven W. Gangestad}, year={2006} }