Looking Smart and Looking Good: Facial Cues to Intelligence and their Origins

@inproceedings{Zebrowitz2002LookingSA,
  title={Looking Smart and Looking Good: Facial Cues to Intelligence and their Origins},
  author={Leslie A. Zebrowitz and Judith A. Hall and Nora A. Murphy and Gillian Rhodes},
  year={2002}
}
The authors investigated accuracy of judging intelligence from facial photos of strangers across the lifespan, facial qualities contributing to accuracy, and developmental paths producing correlations between facial qualities and IQ scores. Judgments were more accurate than chance in childhood and puberty, marginally more accurate in middle adulthood, but not more accurate than chance in adolescence or late adulthood. Reliance on the valid cue of facial attractiveness could explain judges… CONTINUE READING

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