Source Pravda.Ru

Woman's happiness depends on her skull

 

The shape of a woman's head can show whether or not she is going to be happy in life, British psychologists concluded.

In an article, published in the British Journal of Psychology, specialists from Universities of Stirling and Glasgow claim that the owners of elongated skulls, as well as "square jaws" will more likely be successful in their personal lives.

Women with such features can hardly meet modern standards of beauty, but this is what the whole secret is all about. Men prefer women with more feminine traits for short petty intrigues and easy-going affairs. The scientists came to such conclusions as a result of the research conducted among several hundreds of male volunteers. 

 

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