The Cheerleader Effect: Why People Appear Better-Looking in Groups


The so-called ‘cheerleader effect’ is the phenomenon that people seem more attractive when they are in a group than when they are alone.

Source: www.spring.org.uk

The brain averages out the facial features of people in groups, both men and women.

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