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The effect of skin surface topography and skin colouration cues on perception of male facial age, health and attractiveness

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Previous studies investigating the effects of skin surface topography and colouration cues on the perception of female faces reported a differential weighting for the perception of skin topography and colour evenness, where topography was a stronger visual cue for the perception of age, whereas skin colour evenness was a stronger visual cue for the perception of health. We extend these findings in a study of the effect of skin surface topography and colour evenness cues on the perceptions of facial age, health and attractiveness in males.
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Keywords: face; men; perception; skin colouration; skin surface topography

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2018

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