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Fig. 3 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

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From: Choosing face: The curse of self in profile image selection

Fig. 3

a Examples of most and least likely image selections used in the Selection experiment. Images are used with permission and the full set of experimental materials are available online in Additional file 5. b Mean difference between trait impression ratings to photographs chosen as most and least likely profile pictures for each of three contexts. Positive values signify higher trait ratings for images selected as “most likely” profile images, again revealing more positive first impressions for images that were selected by an unfamiliar other (light gray) when compared to self-selections (dark gray). c Significant two-way interactions (see text for details of analysis). All error bars denote ±1 standard error

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