What Does Your Email Writing Style Say About You? [New Data]

Every day, humans make snap judgments. In one Princeton study, participants made assumptions within 100 milliseconds of being exposed to a portrait. In a similar study on virtual bias, researchers at the University of British Columbia compared respondents’ in-person impressions with those obtained by only viewing Facebook photos — and the results revealed that passive, virtual impressions tended to be more negative.

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