Six judges attempted to identify 91 students as Jewish or non-Jewish under three experimental conditions: on physiognom alone: on physiognomy, speech, and gesture; and on physiognomy, speech, gesture, and name. Among the general findings are these: the Jewish students were correctly indentified by physiognomy above change expectation, 30 per cent of them being identified correctly by all six judges; Jews and gesture together were less valid clues than physiognomy alone.
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American Journal of Sociology, 1 March 1959, Vol.64(5), pp.468-475
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