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According to a study to be presented at the Nobel Laureate Meetings in Germany later this month, the more gorgeous you are, the more likely you are to say, hog all the candy for yourself.
Researchers found that people with more symmetrical faces (think Kate Moss, whose pretty mug epitomizes what is referred to as "the golden ratio" in terms of extraordinarily even features) were not only less likely to cooperate with others, they assumed others were unlikely to cooperate with them as well.
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Their findings emerged from a laboratory experiment in which the played the "prisoner's dilemma" with groups of two subjects, who were each asked to choose between being a "dove" and cooperating for the greater good, or a "hawk" with the chance to gain more if the other player chose "dove." A facial analysis revealed that the so-called finer featured of the crew were more likely to