Review of <em>How to judge people by what they look like</em>.

Reviews the book, How to Judge People by What They Look Like by Edward Dutton (2018). With this book, Dutton uses data collected from recent (or older but still up-to-date) findings from science to show that the very old discipline of physiognomy is not as wrong as has often been claimed. Moreover, he explains how our habit of inferring from the visually perceptible characteristics the deeper aspects of a person evolved as a useful tool for social bonding and sexual relationships. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2018 APA, all rights reserved)