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Selected Media Coverage

Psychology Professor Freeman Receives NSF CAREER Award
NYU Today, January 9, 2017

Scientists Show How We Start Stereotyping the Moment We See a Face
Washington Post, May 2, 2016

Could Stereotypes Affect Your Vision?
Pacific Standard Magazine, May 2, 2016

How Visual Stereotyping Warps Our View of the World
VICE, May 2, 2016

The Simple Trick That Will Make Audiences Trust You
Forbes Magazine, August 20, 2015

This Type of LinkedIn Photo Can Make You Look More Trustworthy
Business Insider, June 25, 2015

Your Facial Bone Structure Has a Big Influence on How People See You
Scientific American, June 18, 2015

We Don't Trust People With an [Angry] Resting Face, Science Shows
VICE
, June 18, 2015

Happy People Appear Trustworthy and Wider Faces Make You Seem Competent
Daily Mail, June 18, 2015

Smile! People May Trust You More
Discovery News, June 18, 2015

Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, Season Premiere: 'Are We all Bigots?'
Science Channel, April 29, 2015

Rising Stars: The Science Behind Stereotyping
OZY Magazine, February 20, 2015

Face Time: How Quickly Do You Judge a Face? (Video)
NPR's Science Friday, January 29, 2015

Forbes 30 Under 30: Young Scientists Who Are Changing the World
Forbes Magazine, January 5, 2015

Race, Trust, and Split-Second Judgments (Video)
Pacific Standard Magazine, September, 26, 2014

What Your Face Says About How Trustworthy You Are
Fast Company, September, 9, 2014

Your Brain Decides Whether To Trust Someone in Milliseconds
Pacific Standard Magazine, August 29, 2014

Brain Scans Show We Make Snap Judgments about Trusting Strangers
Huffington Post, August 7, 2014

Our Brains Immediately Judge People
TIME Magazine, August 6, 2014

Human Brain Subliminally Judges 'Trustworthiness' of Faces
The Guardian, August 6, 2014

Judgements About Trustworthiness are Made in the First Second of Meeting
The Telegraph, August 5, 2014

Your Brain Helps You Judge a Face Before You Even See It
Washington Post, August 5, 2014

What Makes us Trust a Face? It's in the High Eyebrows and Prominent Cheekbones
Daily Mail, August 6, 2014

We Are Even Quicker to Judge Than We Realize, Study Shows
Boston Globe, August 7, 2014

The 380-Millisecond-Tracking, Decision-Making Software That Reveals What You Really Want
Fast Company, July 9, 2014

How Cursors Betray Our Gut Feelings
The Atlantic, June 10, 2014

'Feminine' Faces Win Elections
BBC News, May 20, 2014

How Looking Feminine Predicts Whether Women Will Win Elections
Washington Post, May 15, 2014

Yep, We Judge Female Politicians on Their Looks
New York Magazine, May 15, 2014

Voters Judge Women Political Candidates by Their Looks
U.S. News & World Report, May 19, 2014

Do Conservatives Have a Feminine Bias?
Slate Magazine, May 16, 2014

Female Politicians with Feminine Faces May Have Better Shot at Winning Elections
Huffington Post, May 15, 2014

Even Slight Gender Ambiguity is Costly to Female Candidates
Pacific Standard Magazine, May 15, 2014

Voters Want Their Female Politicos to Look Like Ladies
The Daily Beast, May 15, 2014

Women with More Feminine Features Tend to Win Elections
Yahoo! News, May 15, 2014

It Takes Just 380 Milliseconds to Judge a Female Politician By Her Looks
National Journal, May 15, 2014

The 30 Top Thinkers Under 30
Pacific Standard Magazine, April 6, 2014

Is Race Reflected By Your Outfit?
New York Times, October 14, 2011

Clothes Influence Race Perception
BBC News, September, 28, 2011

Why Race Isn't So Black and White
Daily Mail, September 27, 2011

Clothing Cues Trigger Perception of Race
USA Today, September 26, 2011

What You Wear Can Influence How People Perceive Your Race
Wall Street Journal, September 26, 2011
 

Selected Blog Coverage

Ladylike Electability
The Dish (Andrew Sullivan), May 16, 2014

Our Visual World is Not Fact : Our Highly Flexible View of Race, Gender, Emotion, and More
Cognitive Neuroscience Society, March 19, 2014

Cartoon illustration at top-right by Danielle Laurenti.
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