A new study finds that men who shave their heads appear more masculine.
The study conducted by Alfred Mannes, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the shaved head club, was recently published in the Journal of Social Psychology and Personality Science.
Mannes asked his 60 participants to compare photos of men who were blessed with hair up top to men who were hair-challenged. The reviewers described the men who were bald as having characteristics that are high in “masculinity,” “strength,” “dominance,” and possessing “leadership” potential.
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