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Khloe 10-04-2009 10:18 PM

What is the first thing people look at on your face?
 
What's the first thing people look at on your face when they see you? I came across this study today while I was writing a paper and now that I found this cosmetic surgery forum I thought I would share it with you guys too.

It turns out the nose is the first place our eyes go when we look at someone else. Who woulda thought? I was sure it would be the eyes but it isn't!

When You Look at a Face, You Look Nose First [Jacobs School of Engineering: News & Events]

robyne00 10-05-2009 08:39 PM

Hey Khloe!!!

Can you provide a link to the research!

I'd appreciate it, if you could! :D

la_angel 10-24-2009 12:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by robyne00 (Post 2571)
Hey Khloe!!!

Can you provide a link to the research!

I'd appreciate it, if you could! :D

Hey Robyne it looks like the link is the text that says "When You Look at a Face, You Look Nose First [Jacobs School of Engineering: News & Events]" in her message.

robyne00 10-24-2009 10:10 AM

Thanks for pointing that out la_angel! I personally would like to know how many subjects were interviewed, the sex ratio of the subjects (male number of subjects vs. female), and if there were differences between the men and womens responses. I would think it would be the eyes too, however some people are not very good with eye contact. Also, the nose is usually the center point of the face.

la_angel 10-30-2009 01:57 AM

You're right it does seem like the eyes would be first! I guess maybe it's because the nose is in the middle of your eyes so that's why it's noticed.


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