Published in Genetics and Environmental Law Weekly, October 14th, 2006
Participants in the study judged pairs of pictures of children, half of which portrayed actual siblings. In one condition, participants were only asked to rate the facial similarity of each pair of children. In a second condition, participants were asked to classify each pair as sibling or non-siblings. Researchers found that the mean similarity ratings of the first...
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