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People with higher levels of testosterone tend to have wider-faces and bigger cheekbones. A study by Dr. Carmen Lefevre of Leeds University has also found them to be more aggressive. The biological reason is that the hormone is linked to higher level of aggressiveness. The “evolutionary” reasoning is that people with wider faces can withstand a punch and are less likely to be hurt.