Symmetrical Face Measurement Statistics

The average measurement of facial symmetry is typically used as a reference point for assessing attractiveness in individuals.

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"Facial symmetry is considered by scientists one of the key elements in assessments of attractiveness,"

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"Asymmetry less than 3% is generally unnoticeable to the human eye,"

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"Nearly all humans have some degree of facial asymmetry,"

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"Symmetrical faces are often perceived as more attractive, as per responses from 80% participants in a study,"

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"Among 1000 tested individuals, 65% believed a symmetrical face is more attractive,"

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"Dental asymmetry accounts for 25% of total facial asymmetry, as found in a study,"

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"People with facial symmetry have been shown to have fewer chronic diseases and higher survival rates, as per a study within a population of 10,000,"

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"A human study found that babies stare longer (about 80% of the time) at faces that are symmetrical,"

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"In a 1984 study, it was found that exact face symmetry is somewhat rare, occurring in only about 8% of the population,"

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"Symmetrical faces tend to be rated as healthier, according to 70% of respondents in a study,"

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"Facial asymmetry increases with age, by about 2-3% every decade, as per a research on age-related asymmetry,"

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"In a study of identical twins, it was found that environmental factors play a relatively small role in facial symmetry, accounting for only about 25% of cases,"

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"Symmetrical faces are more likely to be remembered. About 60% of participants in a study had better memory recall for symmetrical faces,"

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"In a study of over 1000 individuals, only 22% of individuals were completely satisfied with the symmetry of their face,"

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"Nasal asymmetry contributes to about 14% of total facial asymmetry, according to a study,"

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"In a 2017 study, it was found that facial symmetry can impact job prospects, with 68% of employers admitting to favouring symmetrical faces during their recruitment process,"

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