Without being consciously aware that they are doing it, people consistently assume that good-looking people are friendly, successful, and trustworthy. They also assume that unattractive people are unfriendly, unsuccessful, and dishonest. It pays to be good looking.
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Stanford researchers say that attractive people are more likely to endorse hierarchies -- and believe that they belong at the top of them.
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