Scientists from the University of Brunel investigated 125 volunteers with special 3D scanner. Estimated physical parameters: symmetry and proportion. Volunteers were asked to pass the questionnaire to assess personal qualities. Scientists were interested in selfishness and a tendency to consider themselves better than others. As the last stage was to conduct a social experiment. The research results published by The Independent.
Volunteers were evaluated by two groups of experts. One determined the degree of attractiveness of people, the other is the tendency to selfishness or altruism. It was found that beautiful people are less willing to help others and support others ' ideas.
The opinions of two expert groups coincided with the results of the survey and social experiment. Indeed, attractive men more often had a tendency to selfish behavior. Scientists do not believe the results are unambiguous. More research is needed to confirm the theory.