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Familiarity with Own Population’s Appearance Influences Facial Preferences

) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Dr. Carlota Batres examines the information that faces convey and how that information influences

Correction: The Influence of the Digital Divide on Face Preferences in El Salvador: People without Internet Access Prefer More Feminine Men, More Masculine Women, and Women with Higher Adiposity

Carlota Batres David I. Perrett OPEN ACCESS - There are errors in the published article. The authors incorrectly note that homicide rates are lower in San Salvador than in Ahuachapán. The authors have

The Influence of the Digital Divide on Face Preferences in El Salvador: People without Internet Access Prefer More Feminine Men, More Masculine Women, and Women with Higher Adiposity

Previous studies on face preferences have found that online and laboratory experiments yield similar results with samples from developed countries, where the majority of the population has internet access. No study has yet explored whether the same holds true in developing countries, where the majority of the population does not have internet access. This gap in the literature has ...