Behavior which might be considered acceptable or even unimpeachable in the U.S. may be considered offensive by people with different social rules.
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Smiling is an important social cue, and that other people will respond to smiles on both a conscious and subliminal level.
In less than one-tenth of a second of seeing someone for the first time, our brain processes information about the person’s face—which leads to quick conclusions about a new acquaintance’s qualities, including trustworthiness, competency, friendliness, honesty and morality.
You’ve got a lot to pack into those seven seconds to make your impression a positive one.
Thin-slicing is when we take a mental snapshot of someone and guess their competence, confidence and likability in less than a second.
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