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Dr. Leslie A. Zebrowitz is a social psychologist who studies the effects of the way people look on others' attitudes towards them. Her research has shown conclusively that babyfaced and angularly faced individuals are viewed differently. Among the effects, babyfaced individuals are seen as physically weaker, more submissive and less competent.
- Zebrowitz, L.A. (1997). Reading Faces: Window to the Soul? Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
- Montepare, J.M. & Zebrowitz, L.A. (2002). A social-developmental view of ageism. In T. Nelson(Eds.) Ageism: Stereotyping and Prejudice Against Older Persons. Cambridge: MIT Press.
- Zebrowitz, L.A. & Rhodes, G. (2002). Nature let a hundred flowers bloom: The multiple ways and wherefores of attractiveness. In G. Rhodes & L.A. Zebrowitz (Eds.). Facial attractiveness: Evolutionary, cognitive, and social perspectives. Greenwood Publishers.
- Zebrowitz, L.A., & Montepare, J.M. (2000). Too young, too old: Stigmatizing adolescents and the elderly. (pp. 334-373) In T. Heatherton, R. Kleck, J.G. Hull, & M. Hebl (Eds.) Stigma. NY: Guilford Publications.
- Montepare, J.M. & Zebrowitz, L.A. (1998). Person perception comes of age: the salience and significance of age in social judgments. Dr. M. P. Zanna (Ed.) Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Vol 30. San Deigo, CA: Academic Press.
- Zebrowitz, L.A. & Rhodes, G. (2004). Sensitivity to ‘bad genes’ and the anomalous face overgeneralization effect: Accuracy, cue validity, and cue utilization in judging intelligence and health. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior. 28, 167-185. Full text]
- Zebrowitz, L.A. (2004). The origins of first impressions. Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology, 2, 93-108.
- Zebrowitz, L.A., Fellous, J.M., Mignault, A. & Andreoletti, C. (2003). Trait Impressions as Overgeneralized Responses to Adaptively Significant Facial Qualities: Evidence from Connectionist Modeling. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 7, 194-215.Full text
- Zebrowitz, L.A., Hall, J.A., Murphy, N.A., & Rhodes, G. (2002) Looking smart and looking good: Facial cues to intelligence and their origins. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28, 238-249. Full text
- Andreoletti, C., Zebrowitz, L.A., & Lachman, M.E. (2001). Physical appearance and control beliefs in young, middle-aged, and older adults. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 969-981. Full text
- Zebrowitz, L.A., Andreoletti, C., Collins, M.A., Lee, S.Y., & Blumenthal, J. (1998). Bright, bad, babyfaced boys: Appearance stereotypes do not always yield self-fulfilling prophecy effects. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 1300-1320. Full text
- Kalick, S.M., Zebrowitz, L.A., Langlois, J.H., & Johnson, R.M. (1997). Does human facial attractiveness honestly advertise health? Longitudinal data on an evolutionary question. Psychological Science, 9, 8-13 Full text]
- Zebrowitz, L.A., & Collins, M.A. (1997). Accurate social perception at zero acquaintance: The affordances of a Gibsonian approach. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 1, 203-222.Full text]
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