Misleading first impressions: different for different facial images of the same person.

@article{Todorov2014MisleadingFI,
  title={Misleading first impressions: different for different facial images of the same person.},
  author={Alexander Todorov and Jenny Porter},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2014},
  volume={25 7},
  pages={1404-17}
}
Studies on first impressions from facial appearance have rapidly proliferated in the past decade. Almost all of these studies have relied on a single face image per target individual, and differences in impressions have been interpreted as originating in stable physiognomic differences between individuals. Here we show that images of the same individual can lead to different impressions, with within-individual image variance comparable to or exceeding between-individuals variance for a variety… CONTINUE READING
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