Word on the Street: Facial expressions can be an important part of a first impression

A new study by researchers at the University of York in England say first impressions are largely based upon facial expressions. For example, they say

Most agreed that you should ultimately get to

Most agreed that you should ultimately get to know them before making any assumptions.

THE BRONX - A new study by researchers at the University of York in England say first impressions are largely based upon facial expressions.

For example, they say larger eyes may give you a more youthful look, while smiling may make you seem more approachable.

News 12 The Bronx hit the street to ask residents how much they judge a person simply based on their facial expressions.

While many people said that they can tell a lot about a person upon meeting them by their facial expressions, most agreed that you should ultimately get to know them before making any assumptions.

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