A Team Approach to Tackling the Psychology Replication Crisis


In 2008, psychologists proposed that when humans are shown an unfamiliar face, they judge it on two main dimensions: trustworthiness and physical strength. These form the basis of first impressions, which may help people make important social decisions, from who to vote for to how long a prison sentence should be. The full article was published at Undark Magazine.

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