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By: Patrick Selpides CIS421.  Heavily influenced by nonverbal cues. Studies have found that nonverbal cues have over 4x the impact on the impression.

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1 By: Patrick Selpides CIS421

2  Heavily influenced by nonverbal cues. Studies have found that nonverbal cues have over 4x the impact on the impression that you make than anything you say. (forbes.com)  We unconsciously form opinions about everything we see for the very first time.

3  Interviewing for a job Look Groomed Dressed Demeanor  Commercials/Movie Trailers  Booking a Hotel Well lit Hotel sign Well maintained  Restaurant Menu

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8  First impressions are based on the look and feel of a website.  People reject websites that they perceive to be not trustworthy.  Factors: Layout  Color  Font  Alignment Navigation  Hard to navigate  Dead links

9  n-seconds-to-make-a-first-impression/  denver-when-youre-dense/  was-part-of-treatment-would-you-go-to-this-dentist/question / 


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