There are few things as irresistible as the face of a small child: a small nose, naive eyes, full cheeks scrumptiousness. Guess what. They do not think nearly as much of your face. Children can not say, but from the moment they are as young as three, they give you a good hard look, as soon as you meet and judge what they see much. Can all people-watch face is no surprise that young people be like-new first for the proof of quality, responsiveness and expertise of the people too. But according to a new study by a team of Harvard University researchers and published in the journal Developmental Psychology, the test starts earlier and is believed a good deal thinner than many people. “We have a misconception that children empty vessels in culture pours slowly as they mature,” said psychologist Mahzarin Banaji, a study co-author, in a statement accompanying its release. “This research shows that the perception of humans, but may be inaccurate these judgments, created early in humans.” Our children, it seems, as much as we begin and-only more so as they age. In the first part of a study into four parts, the researchers gathered a group of 99 children from three to 11 states (mean age: 6). They have shown all of them shot by a male face, which had been manipulated by the reliable computer and see whether reliable or not (an expression relaxed than a large, intense eyes), dominant or submissive (a faint frown and his thin lips against lightly raised eyebrows, and slightly downturned mouth) and competent or incompetent (narrow focused eyes and mouth of a series in comparison with a non-focused view and a mouth without expression). Children have seen the faces on a computer screen and were “beautiful” to point to those or “Almost everywhere, kids” were central. Nice “descriptor trustworthy, competent and submissive faces, and” descriptor means “associated with each other, even as young as three years of age, 84% of children chose this way, with the number increasing by 97 % among older children. the results obtained to upgrade when the children were about behaviors asking the faces in photos taken were. for the competent faces or incompetent, which were that “could sing many songs,” the people asked or “may draw pictures that look just like real life.” the dominant faces or submissive, involved questions they might people “really take heavy things” or “always knows how to play that game.” and trusted faces or untrusted involved the person “will help other people when they are in” or “trouble like to share.” younger children struggle with this part, running a little ‘better than they suggest possibilities. this may be due to do tto some have, that the idea was good and bad, a child picked himself took the dominant or mean to bring the face, for example, such as being more likely heavy things capable and know which game to play. At the age of five years, the children of these concepts best treated, the appropriate connections between the face and behavior about 75% of the time. The second study was essentially identical to the first except that the images of the faces have been manipulated in such a way that the differences in the expressions are a bit ‘thinner, and, at least in theory, to read more difficult. But the children read almost as well as they had done in the previous study. In the third study, the children were shown pictures of the more extreme, less subtle reliable and unreliable dominant or submissive, or surfaces and a choice, sweet biscuits were given to objects desirable images, a banana, chocolate, a gift. faces and said They were then shown: “It is Edgar and this is Martin. If you only had a cookie [or banana or present] who would you give it?” Overall, 68% of children chose the submissive and to reward faith, though younger children have brought down the media, once again scoring slightly better than chance. “The act gives the Zu gifts, nicer ‘looking faces … appears product age of five, but not before,” the researchers wrote. The latest study combines the earlier the children to identify the faces with positive traits and select who should receive the gifts they ask. In this case, researchers for what they are rewarded as “concordance” with desirable personality with gifts Search. with age, without any significant agreement among the younger children, and 91% among the oldest in this case, it improved the ability to use these points to the connection. The children, the study makes clear they are demanding and even irreconcilable. They know what they like and what they like; They make these decisions quickly and act accordingly and he likes best age.