Infants’ Preferences for Attractiveness and Babyfaceness

  title={Infants’ Preferences for Attractiveness and Babyfaceness},
  author={Steve Kramer and Leslie A. Zebrowitz and Jean Paul San Giovanni and Barbara Sherak},
  journal={Studies in Perception and Action III},


In the characteristics of a child with CFM, it was shown that his/her close relatives evaluate the child positively, which indicates the legitimacy of introduction of psychological and psychiatric consultations for close relatives to the standards of CFM child treatment.

Mate Preferences Across the Lifespan

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    The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology and Behavioral Endocrinology
  • 2019
Humans show preferential responses to “attractive” individuals from the first hours of life onward. However, these early preferences are subject to later development in terms of increasing agreement

A Permanent Cure for Vitiligo: Immigration of Healthy Skin Cells to Unhealthy Sides of the Skin in Vitiligo Through a New Treatment

Metabolic changes in aging that are discussed are inflammation, insulin, resistance, body composition changes, mitochondrial decline, and hormonal imbalance and the role of mTOR.

Chapter 2 Typical Facial Beauty Analysis

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  • 2019
As an interdisciplinary research topic facial beauty can be investigated understood from many aspects. An important issue is to determine features closely associated with facial beauty. In this book

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Across the first year, most infants have approximately 2.5 times more social interactions with women than men. There is evidence that because of this differential experience, infants develop a


Infants' responses to strangers: midget, adult, and child.

Infants as young as 7 months of age reacted to the size-facial configuration discrepancy of the small-adult condition, suggesting that both size and facial configuration cues were used.