Your Blind Spots May Be Larger Than They Appear: First Impressions and Hidden Biases

Our society puts a premium on positive first impressions. After all, it only takes a moment for someone to create a snapshot opinion of another person’s appearance, character, and attitude. After a bad first encounter, that judgment can be difficult to revise. Business professionals and young children alike know the essentials of making a positive first impression: Be timely, offer a firm handshake, and stand up straight.

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