Kid’s Behavior

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Here are some items, snippets:“…children think the uglier you are, the less trustworthy you are…as children, how we perceive someone’s trustworthiness is linked to how attractive we find them.  Our ability to make this trustworthiness judgement develops as we grow, becoming more consistent as we approach adulthood, and, girls are better at it than boys.”

“beauty stereotype.” This describes the phenomenon whereby more attractive people are also considered to be smarter, more sociable and more successful. To be attractive is to be treated better by your peers, and preferred by new-born babies, than uglier people.
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