- DongWon Oh, Princeton Univ.
- Jenny Porter, Clayton Early Learning
- Elinor Buck, Princeton Univ.
- Ron Dotsch, Utrecht Univ.
- Alexander Todorov, Princeton Univ.
Impressions from faces are consequential, shaping important social outcomes. Empirical studies and computational models show that women are at a disadvantage because of gender biases in impressions. First, impressions of women are less differentiated than impressions of men and highly valence-laden. Second, once controlled for attractiveness, impressions of competence are based on masculinity cues.