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Volume 180, 20232023 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Cultural Communication (ICEPCC 2023)
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|15 December 2023
Facial features influencing political election outcomes and other social events
School of the Arts, Shanghai Campus, Keiser University, Shanghai, 200000, China
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Faces are rich sources of social information, and their characteristics can help people to understand the society better. The outcomes of our most important social decisions depend on our ability to make accurate interferences about the inclinations, motivations and qualifications of others. People can make trait judgements about people within an extreme short amount of time. Some researchers have found that rapid and unreflective facial features judgements could be largely predictive in political election and other social events as well. Therefore, the research topic of this paper is the effect of the facia; Judgement on social decision-making outcomes. This paper will provide a review of the impact of face recognition on political elections and the biases that arise from facial inferences. These results imply that quick, straightforward binary ability evaluations are sufficient to forecast the results of political elections, and facial traits can bias human choices. The potential impact of faces of social decision-making can be explained by their ability to predict a series of important outcomes.
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