From faces to prosocial behavior: cues, tools, and mechanisms.


In this review we ask how looking at people's faces can influence prosocial behaviors towards them. Components of this process have often been studied by disparate literatures: one focused on perception and judgment of faces, using both psychological and neuroscience approaches; and a second focused on actual social behaviors, as studied in behavioral… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0963721417694656


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@article{Adolphs2017FromFT, title={From faces to prosocial behavior: cues, tools, and mechanisms.}, author={Ralph Adolphs and Anita Tusche}, journal={Current directions in psychological science}, year={2017}, volume={26 3}, pages={282-287} }