By seeking to know, thanks to facial recognition, if the faces of couples evolve over time to look more and more alike, researchers in psychology concluded that couples were formed rather, from the beginning, between people whose faces look more alike than average.
"The question, tell The Guardian, has intrigued psychologists for years: are the faces of couples in a long relationship changing to look more and more alike? ”
Well … no, says the British daily, citing the findings of a study by psychology researchers at the American University of Stanford, who have not yet finished their work empty-handed. Indeed, according to the title of the study, published in Scientific Reports :
Spouses' faces have similarities, but they do not change over time to become more similar. "
That is to say ? According to Guardian