575.An observer is likely to express greater liking for a same-sex stranger if that person's image has some distinctive features of the observer's own face. This best illustrates the impact of A)the mere exposure effect.B)mirror-image perceptions.C)a self-fulfilling prophecy.D)self-disclosure.Page 57
576.In speed dating, people meet a succession of prospective partners, each for a short period of time. As a result, their choices for future contact become ________ superficial. If women at a speed-dating event stay seated while the men circulate, men wish for future contact with ________ of their speed dates than do women. 577.Our first impressions of those we meet are most likely to be determined by their 578.Compared with others, strikingly attractive people make a ________ favorable impression on potential employers, and they are ________ likely to perceive praise for their work as sincere. 579.Research on physical attractiveness indicates that A)babies prefer attractive over unattractive faces.B)most children perceive themselves to be physically unattractive.C)young adults' physical attractiveness fails to predict their frequency of dating.D)adults' incomes are unrelated to whether they are plain looking or very attractive. 580.Most people who meet Omar consider him to be attractive. However, according to the research, his level of physical attractiveness is not related to his 581.Research on physical attractiveness indicates that men are more likely than women to 582.We are likely to prefer as friends those who are similar to us in 583.Andrea is a first-year college student living on the ninth floor of a residence hall. By the end of the year, she is most likely to be friends with A)Natalie, a stunning-looking student who lives on the second floor. B) Melissa, an outgoing, popular student who lives in the next building. C) Jenny, the captain of the softball team, who lives in a residence hall for athletes. D) Michelle, a fellow first-year student who shares Andrea's values and love of the violin.
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