The Situation of First Impressions
Posted by The Situationist Staff on February 25, 2012
From The Heroic Imagination Project:
A practical demonstration of the speed at which impressions are made and how difficult they can be to change. Three women go into a job interview, with the interviewer secretly providing live information about her impressions of the applicants.
Sample of related Situationist Posts:
- The Situational Effect of Names
- The Gendered Situation of Recommendation Letters
- Implicit Juror Bias
- The Situational Power of Appearance and Posture
- The Situation of Imitation and Mimickry
- Voting for a Face
- The Situation of Body Image
- Blinking on the Bench
- The Magnetism of Beautiful People
- The Situation of Hair Color
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