We also fear, perhaps more than anything else, being rejected by others. This kind of fear is widespread and debilitating if left unaddressed. Why is this fear so deeply entrenched in us?
People are generally not good at perceiving feigned emotions or detecting lies. Older adults judged young adult target photos as healthier, more trustworthy, and less hostile, but more aggressive, than younger adults did of the same photos. Global processing emphasizes first impressions more because the collective first impression tends to remain stable over time.
Solo experiences tend to facilitate local processing, causing the viewer to take a more critical look at the target. Thus, individuals are more likely to have negative first impressions than groups of two or more viewers of the same target.
At the same time, individuals are more likely to experience an upward trend over the course of a series of impressions, e. Simply priming viewers to feel like they were in solo or joint contexts or to process analytically or holistically was enough to produce the same viewing effects.
Individualists are willing to change their own views at will and are generally more comfortable with uncertainty, which makes them naturally more willing to change their impressions.
Some studies that manipulated media richness have found that information presented in text form yields similar impressions measured by reported appraisal scores among cultures,  while other studies found that richer forms of information such as videos reduce cross-cultural bias more effectively.
For example, when hypothetically interviewing an applicant with a Midwestern U.
Other evidence suggests that people sometimes rely too much on appearance cues over actual information. Participants struggle to look past physical appearance cues even when they know information contrary to their initial judgment.
Physical facial features were objectively measured from feature positions and colours. A neural network was used to model the dimensions of approachability, youthful-attractiveness and dominance.
Those wearing heavy makeup are seen as significantly more feminine than those wearing moderate makeup or no makeup and those wearing heavy or moderate makeup are seen as more attractive than those wearing no makeup.
Participants wanted to be friends with the Caucasian model most when she was wearing a plain sweatshirt and the African American model most when she was wearing either the plain or K-Mart sweatshirt.
It is unclear why the plain sweatshirt was most associated with friendship, but the general results suggest that mismatching class and race reduced the model's friendship appeal. Although deliberate evaluations used the information provided on both physical attractiveness and ambition of each target, the particular impact of each kind of information appeared to depend on the consistency between the two.
A significant effect of attractiveness on deliberate evaluations was found only when perceived ambition was consistent with the perceived level of attractiveness. In a study of online impressions, participants who were socially expressive and disclosed a lot about themselves both on their webpages and in person were better liked than those who were less open.
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