A warping effect may explain why people in close-up photos are judged less trustworthy and less attractive, Caltech scientists say.
Across several studies, the researchers saw the same effect, says researcher Ralph Adolphs: in photos taken from a distance of around two feet, a person looked untrustworthy, compared to photos taken seven feet away.
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