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But Drew Walker, study researcher from the University of California, San Diego, explained in a press release that "average faces are more attractive, likely due to the averaging out of unattractive idiosyncracies." The study included 130 participants.
They were shown pictures of 300 different people and rated the attractiveness of each person twice — once from a group picture with two other people of the same gender in it, and once from a cropped picture showing only one person.
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Barney explains the idea really well in the episode: "The cheerleader effect is when a group of women seems hot, but only as a group," Barney explains. They seem hot, but take each one individually: Sled dogs." The real difference is not that striking — the researchers found that people only look about two percentile points more attractive when they are part of a group. When someone is looking at a group of people, that person's brain tends to "average out" the facial features of everyone in the group, making all group member's faces look more average than they would on their own.