This Is How People Judge How Smart You Are

Published on May 06, 2015

Nicholas Epley talks with Time magazine about his research on how talking with someone in person leaves a better impression than does the same information conveyed in writing. "People seem to be afraid of sounding stupid or something, but in fact, they seem to be in danger of seeming stupid when they type," he says.

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