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While people don't view typical-looking faces as the most attractive, they do consider them to be the most trustworthy, researchers find. ... More>
New research uses social network analysis to show how leader favoritism can erode trust and influence social interactions between team members. ... More>
Adding human-like characteristics to a self-driving vehicle may help improve people’s interactions with the new technology. ... More>
Drivers' attitudes and road behavior may be influenced by the perceived ‘personality’ of the voice used in vehicles to provide turn-by-turn navigation directions. ... More>