In the first experiment, nearly 60 participants looked at a series of photos of men who were similar in age and attire.
The difference was that some men had shaved heads while others had full manes.
When I got home, I reported to my wife that the Young New Voice had a patch of thin growth sitting in the center of his head, like a yolk in a fried egg -- whereupon my wife told me that people who lived in thinning heads should not throw stones.
But this hair loss, the consequence of time's steady trickle, was slow and partial.
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Three newly published studies “provide consistent evidence that a shaved scalp is associated with dominance,” according to Albert Mannes of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
My family is full of bald dudes and I am now becoming one of them.
Fortunately, my revealed head turned out to be satisfyingly round, with no odd protuberances or concavities.
Writing in the journal Guys opt for the "shaved style" because “it looks sharp and intimidating,” according to a style columnist for the Ask Men website.
The bald men were judged as more powerful, influential, and authoritative than their combed counterparts.
The second experiment featured 344 members of a national online panel.