Experiment to study effect of smiling on leniency in judicial matters
A dataset with 68 observations on the following 2 variables.
||Score assigned by a judgment panel (higher is more lenient)|
|| Treatment group:
Hecht and LeFrance conducted a study examining the effect of a smile on the leniency of disciplinary action for wrongdoers. Participants in the experiment took on the role of members of a college disciplinary panel judging students accused of cheating. For each suspect, along with a description of the offense, a picture was provided with either a smile or neutral facial expression. A leniency score was calculated based on the disciplinary decisions made by the participants.
LaFrance, M., & Hecht, M. A., "Why smiles generate leniency", Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 21, 1995, 207-214.
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