- Ravin Alaei, Univ. of Toronto
- Germain Lévêque, Univ. of Marseille Saint-Charles
- Geoff MacDonald, Univ. of Toronto
- Nicholas Rule, Univ. of Toronto
People can detect cues in others’ appearance to gather important information. Indeed, perceivers accurately detected men’s (but not women’s) attachment style from photos of their neutral faces. Beyond accuracy, perceivers’ and targets’ characteristics biased these impressions. These results were observed in an initial study and in a pre-registered replication (total N = 916).