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Natural Selections: Right Face, Left Face

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Most faces are slightly, but noticeably asymetrical. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley talk about two studies that highlight the differences: one that shows how one nostril takes in more air than the other (switching off every couple of hours), and one looking at which side of the face people present to the camera for different kinds of portraits.

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