Clothing & Human Behavior

Posted on January 09, 2013 by Sandy Ericson

There is a direct connection you know.  The latest evidence from the Kellogg School of Management, via the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, finds that people who wore a doctor's coat and were tested on their ability to spot minor differences between similar pictures spotted more differences than those who wore an identical garment but were told it was a painter's coat.  Morals of the story:  Appearances empower, from within.  Or, if you want to be it, dress it!  Wow, such amazing power from a little white coat . . .

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