Screen Shot 2014-06-18 at 18_34_11Men with faces that are wide relative to their length are more formidable fighters, on average. That’s according to a new paper that also finds that observers use the width of a man’s face to ascertain with accuracy his likely fighting ability. Samuela Zilioli and his collaborators believe their findings support the idea that humans have evolved specific “neurocognitive adaptations” for assessing the fighting prowess of potential opponents. At Research Digest