Smiling makes you look older.

  • Tzvi Ganel
  • Published 2015 in Psychonomic bulletin & review

Abstract

People smile in social interactions to convey different types of nonverbal communication. However, smiling can potentially change the way a person is perceived along different facial dimensions, including perceived age. It is commonly assumed that smiling faces are perceived as younger than faces carrying a neutral expression. In the series of experiments… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13423-015-0822-7

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@article{Ganel2015SmilingMY, title={Smiling makes you look older.}, author={Tzvi Ganel}, journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review}, year={2015}, volume={22 6}, pages={1671-7} }