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Alternately, it is possible that even the newborn’s preference for attractive faces is a preference for an image similar to a composite of the faces they have seen in the few hours from birth prior to testing. An evolutionary account of attractiveness preferences is offered by Etcoff (2000). Overview It seems now to be reasonably well agreed that “there does seem to be some representational bias . . that the neonate brings to the learning situation for faces” (KarmiloffSmith, 1996, p. 10). This representational bias is likely to be something more elaborate than simply a tendency to attend to stimuli that possess three blobs in the location of eyes and mouth (“Conspec”).
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