Leslie Zebrowitz

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Dr. Leslie A. Zebrowitz is a social psychologist who studies the effects of the way people look on others' attitudes towards them. Her research has shown conclusively that babyfaced and angularly faced individuals are viewed differently. Among the effects, babyfaced individuals are seen as physically weaker, more submissive and less competent. She is the author of Reading Faces as well as many scholarly articles.

Dr. Zebrowitz is a professor of psychology at Brandeis University. She received her Ph.D. from Yale University in 1970.

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