Tuesday, March 22, 2016
PAPER Love at second sight: Sequential dependence of facial attractiveness in an online dating paradigm.
"We designed a binary task mimicking the selection interface currently popular in online dating websites in which observers typically make binary decisions (attractive or unattractive) about each face in a sequence of unfamiliar faces. Our findings show that binary attractiveness decisions are not independent: we are more likely to rate a face as attractive when the preceding face was attractive than when it was unattractive."
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