In our daily lives, in our memories and fantasies, our mental worlds overflow with faces. In this book, David Perrett explores what we really know about this most remarkable feature of the human body; why do we have faces and what do our looks reveal or conceal about our personalities?
An engaging and authoritative introduction to the science of facial beauty and face perception, in which the author presents and interprets the most remarkable findings and in the process sets the record straight on what neuroscience and evolutionary psychology teach us about beauty. The record is more surprising and often more unsettling than you might imagine.
No. of Pages: 272
Dimensions: 243 x 166 x 24mm
Published by Red Globe Press