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Old 27/01/2013, 10:26 PM
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Is this the article?

http://www.psychologytoday.com/artic...in-face?page=6

It does not seem to be a scientific endorsement that specific personality types can be reliably identified, more that identification of certain traits can be correlated in large enough samples to a degree that is statistically above average.

There is a great leap from guessing criminality, mormonism or promiscuity to reliably determining a type.

If anything this report shows that identification is not consistent or reliable (i.e. the babyface male example) and the significance of the epigenetic processess involved.
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