The Daily Mail:
In the age of internet dating, where decisions are made on the swipe of a photo, your face could be revealing more about you than you realise.
Researchers have discovered that people can accurately rate how trustworthy someone is by picking up on subtle clues in their expressions.
Although this has been suggested before, this latest study specifically found some people don’t have ‘guilty faces’ but instead their expressions reflect how they think others see them.
This can make you look and act shifty, perpetuating the original observation.
To test the theory, Michael Slepian and Daniel Ames from Columbia Business School put their students through a series of experiments.
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