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   Fox News April 2, 2012

    BBC One Show - July 3, 2012

    Good Morning America - October 22, 2014 - FAST FORWARD TO: [35:30]

    Huff Post Live - October 28, 2014

    8 Out of 10 Cats (1) [UK, Channel 4] - November 24, 2014
    8 Out of 10 Cats (2) [UK, Channel 4] - November 24, 2014 - FAST FORWARD TO: [25:40]

    Story (3News - New Zealand) - September 1, 2015

   
KDKA (CBS Pittsburgh) 
- February 12, 2016

   
TEDxCMU (1)
- March 26, 2016 FAST FORWARD TO: [1:13:00]
    TEDxCMU (2) - March 26, 2016 FAST FORWARD TO: [1:13:00]

   
BBC Horizon (1)
 - April 25, 2016
    
BBC Horizon (2)
 - April 25, 2016 FAST FORWARD TO: [12:35]

    Bustle
 
- May 4, 2016 FAST FORWARD TO: [2:04]


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    NPR ["All Things Considered"] - November 25, 2011

    WMAC ("Academic Minute") - October 31, 2012

    CJSR News - March 26, 2014

    Wisconsin Public Radio - October 28, 2014

    The Chronicle of Philanthropy - January 22, 2016

    WNPR - February 29, 2016
    BBC - The Human Zoo - July 26, 2016



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Recent Media Coverage of my Research                                                                                                                  


The Atlantic The New American Face


Yahoo! Beauty Dissecting That ‘Presidential Look’


    BBC - The Human Zoo News of an Atrocity: The Psychology of Rare Events


Voice of America Republican Looks Win GOP Votes for Democrats


Voice of America Who 'Looks' Like a Politician? It's Different in US and China


Bustle 4 Reasons People Swipe Right On Dating Apps, According To Science


The Atlantic People Are Pretty Bad at Reading Faces


Bloomberg There's a Science of Snap Political Judgments


LA Times Nuns in Red


BBC Is 'Face-Ism' Spoiling Your Life?


New York Mag. What Your Face Reveals About Your Job


Science.Mic How to Succeed in Politics, Business or Sports


APS The Right Face for the Job


Financial Times Leadership: Does your face fit?


Management Issues Does your face fit?


New York Times The Ice-Bucket Racket


The Atlantic The Introverted Face


Pop City Carnegie Mellon professor explores facial preference


Today.com Do you have a happy or angry resting face?


Science Daily Impressions shaped by facial appearance foster biased decisions


WIRED 8 must-read articles for 24 October


Older Media Coverage of my Research                                                                                                                  

The Philosophers’ Magazine - Why elections are literally beauty contests


The Guardian - How much of Japan's suffering can people comprehend?


The Oprah Blog - Why We Take the Hard Way Out


Runner's World - Team Effort


NPR - All Things ConsideredWhy Do We Give?


The Boston Globe Give when it hurts


Miller-McCune Republicans Like Candidates Who Look Republican


NBC News Republican Voters Know GOP When They See It


The Washington Post People are willing to lose money to avoid paying taxes


The Boston Globe Loving the Republican face


The Huffington Post How Symptoms Are Presented Online May Affect Whether We Think We Have The Disease


Fox News Should you 'Google' your symptoms?


Newsweek It’s Not a Tumor! The Psychology Behind Cyberchondria


MinnPost What cyberchondriacs and gamblers have in common


The Huffington Post On Choosing A Money Manager, Your Instincts Are Probably All Wrong


BBC China 研究:人不可貌相,人很容易貌相


The New Republic Lab-Conditions Tax Avoidance


The National Post Is an 8,000-km marathon the best way to raise money?


The Toronto Star Gruelling run across Canada for a cause ain’t what it used to be


De Standaard Een betrouwbaar gezicht brengt geld op


Men's Fitness People Judge Trustworthiness By Appearance


The Washington Examiner Democrats can win--if they look like Republicans!


The Academic Minute Appearance and Political Preference


The KnowledgeCentre No Pain, No Gain


The Huffington Post Why the US Presidential Election Result Will Upset You - Whoever Wins


The Wall Street Journal Cashathon: The Rise of Charity Races


Psychology Today Can an Introvert Really be President?


Zeit Spender sind sich selbst am nächsten


The New Yorker ON THE FACE OF IT: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ELECTABILITY