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Alexander Todorov

In: The SAGE Handbook of Social Cognition

Chapter 6: The Social Perception of Faces

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The Social Perception of Faces
The social perception of faces
AlexanderTodorov

Faces are one of the most potent social stimuli conveying information about social categories (e.g., sex, age, race), mental states (e.g., puzzled), emotional states (e.g., angry), attractiveness, and identity. People also infer a host of personality characteristics from facial appearance such as ...

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