One study found that people who are less symmetrical, like those who have one earlobe or finger longer than its twin, make better leaders and are able to avoid self-interest. It’s possible that people’s reactions to these unusual body parts cause them to develop stability.
We all have heard the stereotype that people who wear glasses are smart. According to a study from the University of Edinburgh, there might be some truth to this. According to science, there are many ways a person’s body features can influence on how smart they are. Some are more surprising than others. We might have been right about people who wear glasses being smart but let’s just say a lot of other stereotypes are completely off.
GIGGAG brings you some body parts that science suggests could be a sure sign of higher brain power in people.