Rutge's William Brown and Robert Trivers led a study in which they measured the degree of body symmetry in children and its correlation in their lives.
They found out several interesting things:
- Jamaican girls and women are more likely to cradle dolls and babies, respectively, on their left side of the body if their ears are symmetrical.
- Girls that are more symmetric are more attractive
- Lower dermatoglyphic asymmetry (whatever it is) tracks with academic achievement
And, this just in:
- Symmetric people are better dancers!
Link to Triver's website | Live Science Article
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