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21 June 2012 Men are more likely than women to cut moral corners when faced with a competitive scenario in which failure could diminish their sense of masculinity, research shows. A series of studies shows that patterns of male dishonesty can be
Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images A new line of American-British research suggests that the shape of a chief executive officer's head can indicate how well his firm will prosper. The shape also predicts whether the chief executive will act immorally.
Alasdair Wilkins The wider your face is, the more likely you are to deceive other and cheat to get ahead...at least, that's what a new study claims. Is this just the new phrenology, or could there be something to the idea? Before we get too far ahead
The findings suggest that the width-to-height ratio of the face could be an ancient evolutionary signal of a man's aggressiveness when dealing with competitors, said Professor Michael Haselhuhn of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who led the