Although making a snap judgment about someone or having someone do that to you may seem unfair, it happens.
What we think we want in our mate may not be the deciding factor for us.
Would you change your first impression now that you have more information, or is your first impression too strong to change?
As part of our human evolution, we learn quickly to judge trustworthiness in order to protect ourselves from harm.
We may make an assumption about someone who is behaving this way that they are anxious, even if the reason for the fear is not obvious to us.
Researcher Alexander Todorov studied people’s responses to faces and found that subjects perceived photos of people with thin lips and wrinkles at the eye corners as distinguished, intelligent, and determined.