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Humans generally don’t like people with wide faces, because they’re perceived as dominant and menacing. But products with wide faces, such as watches, are a different story

Wall Street execs love to wear wristwatches that signal their wealth, but it turns out there could be another reason they choose certain timepieces, a new study has found.

People generally don’t like to interact with people who have wide faces, because they perceive them as dominant and therefore menacing. But they like to own products such as watches that have wide faces because they help them feel dominant, researchers at the University of Kansas and University of Toronto found in a study published recently in the Journal of Consumer Research.

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