Scientists have discovered the secret to a good selfie

Scientists have discovered that selfies have to do with the left side.

A relevant study was conducted by a specialist in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, Professor at the University of Melbourne La Trobe Dr. Annukka Lindell.

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She revised 2000 selfie taken by two hundred users of social networks. It turned out that 53,17% prefer to substitute for selfies left cheek, not right. The right substitute 46,83%, that is a minority.

And this despite the fact that only 10% of respondents were left-handed, i.e. holding phone with the left hand (as often happens when the “left”, self) it was convenient, only 10% of participants.

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Dr. Lindell explained the phenomenon of the “left” selfie fact that such a perspective makes your face look more lean, “emotionally open and expressive.” And here’s a selfie in which on the foreground of the right cheek, devoid of similar characteristics.

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