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Cause of androgenetic hair loss – a social psychological phenomenon?

Thesis: Hair loss is the result of conditioning induced by interpersonal interactions. The state of mind (emotion) inferred externally from a person’s face and head shape does not match that person’s actual state of mind (emotion). For example, the person may be neutral-minded, but is perceived by outside people as, for example, threatening, aggressive, conniving, gloating, or disgusted, based on the shape of the face. The lack of correspondence between actual and perceived state of mind (emotion) is perceived (subconsciously) by the affected person. As a result, in the physical areas that are causal for the misinterpretation of the state of mind (emotion) (e.g. mouth area, eye area), states of tension occur, which ultimately lead to hair loss.


Question: Has anything along these lines already been discussed/excluded?

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