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The menu was prix fixe, and filled with extras and indulgences I would never order for myself, but was more than happy to enjoy with Tad.Tad said that his steak was sublime, which meant a lot, because he’s an expert.In the final report, the researchers put together composite faces that show the range in each of the three dimensions—e.g., from least approachable to most approachable, left-to-right.Can you notice the variations in the aforementioned facial features from one face to the next? Profile pictures have always been a bit of a gray area for me inasmuch as I post a picture I think looks good without knowing its actual effect on my audience.Interestingly, there’s been some rather great research about the different elements of profile pictures that have the biggest impact on an audience.
I’m happy to share what we’ve found about the perfect profile picture, based on the best science, research, and psychology out there.
Photo Feeler, a neat tool that lets you get feedback on your profile pictures via feedback from actual people who vote on your picture, shared their learnings from over 60,000 ratings of competence, likability, and influence that were left on photos submitted to the Photo Feeler app.
Here’s a quick overview of what they learned: (The photo on the left is the normal, wide-eyed headshot.
Just standing there together, looking out the window, I felt frozen in time, and like we were filling the room with the energy in our hearts.
One of the first things I do when I join a new social network is to upload a profile picture. Is there such thing as a perfect, best profile picture?
They came up with 65 different features that could affect one’s perceptions, things like “nose curve” and “cheekbone position” and “head area.” For each of the 65 features, they noted the effect of each on the following three distinct dimensions: App stands for Approachability, Yo-Att stands for Youthful-attractiveness, and Dom stands for Dominance.