People prefer cars that look angry, dominant, hostile, and masculine (and can easily agree on whether a car appears so but have difficulty reaching consensus on whether a car is conscientious, disgusted, extroverted, or neurotic). | Harper's Magazine

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People prefer cars that look angry, dominant, hostile, and masculine (and can easily agree on whether a car appears so but have difficulty reaching consensus on whether a car is conscientious, disgusted, extroverted, or neurotic).

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People prefer cars that look angry, dominant, hostile, and masculine (and can easily agree on whether a car appears so but have difficulty reaching consensus on whether a car is conscientious, disgusted, extroverted, or neurotic).

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