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Chicago Booth Review (2021) Why stereotypically ‘feminine’ faces are so attractive . . . on men

Cited work:
Oh, D., et al. (2020). The eye wants what the heart wants: Females’ preference in male faces are related to partner personality preference. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance46(11): 1328–1343.


Neuroscience News (2021) People look alike if we think they have similar personalities 

Cited work
Oh, D., et al. (2021). Person knowledge shapes face identity perception. Cognition217(104889).


Business Insider, Germany (2020) When you get to know people, do you let appearances guide you? Most likely, say US psychologists who have made an illuminating attempt to study the phenomenon

Cited work:
Oh, D., et al. (2020). Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces. Nature Human Behaviour, 4: 287–293.


Forbes (2019) ‘Rich’ or ‘poor’ clothing affects split-second decisions about competence

Cited work: Oh, D., et al. (2020). Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces. Nature Human Behaviour4: 287–293.


Big think (2019) Stylish men are perceived as 'significantly more competent

Cited work:
Oh, D., et al. (2020). Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces. Nature Human Behaviour, 4: 287–293.


phy.org (2019) In a split second, clothes make the man more competent in the eyes of others

Cited work:
Oh, D., et al. (2020). Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces. Nature Human Behaviour, 4: 287–293.


The Independent (2018) Masculine faces seen as more competent than female ones

Cited work
Oh, D., et al. (2019). Revealing hidden gender biases in competence impressions of faces. Psychological Science, 30(1): 65-79.


ScienceDaily (2018) Gender bias sways how we perceive competence in faces

Cited work
Oh, D., et al. (2019). Revealing hidden gender biases in competence impressions of faces. Psychological Science30(1): 65-79.
 


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Reddit r/science (2020) In a split second, clothes makes a person more competent in the eyes of others, suggests new study

Cited work:
Oh, D., et al. (2020). Economic status cues from clothes affect perceived competence from faces. Nature Human Behaviour, 4: 287–293.