Most psychological studies are done in the West, but this may affect the outcomes of the studies, or the conclusions reached by them. I know that many cultures, for instance, prefer not to smile at strangers or show negative emotion publicly. This would change the results of facial perception studies, where people evaluate the trustworthiness of strangers based only on looking at their faces. Is there data about this subject? Or is there facial perception data from other parts of the world?
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