People shown photos of politicians they’re not familiar with can make better-than-chance judgments about whether those politicians have been convicted of corruption, even without knowing anything about the politicians or their careers, with a link to wider faces, finds a new Caltech study (N = 325).

People shown photos of politicians they’re not familiar with can make better-than-chance judgments about whether those politicians have been convicted of corruption, even without knowing anything about the politicians or their careers, with a link to wider faces, finds a new Caltech study (N = 325).
top scoring links : multi

Related posts

Leave a Comment