Can Facebook users’ activity on the social network provide windows into their souls? We won’t go that far, but a University of Missouri study did find that such activity could be used as indicators about psychological health.
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Comments left on Facebook profile pictures “strongly affect the level of perceived attractiveness of the profile owner physically, socially, and professionally,” according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Missouri.