Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces

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  1. Alexander Todorov

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Description: (Accepted as Oh, Shafir, Todorov. Nat Hum Beh in press) Subtle economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces even when perceivers are warned that such cues are non-informative or instructed and incentivized to ignore them. This bias puts low-income individuals at a disadvantage.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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