Rhodes research indicates that people are generally accurate in guessing the ages of unfamiliar persons based on their faces. This research

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Rhodes research indicates that people are generally accurate in guessing the ages of unfamiliar persons based on their faces. This research has important implications for

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MichaelMet 5 months 2021-08-27T22:31:53+00:00 1 Answers 1 views 0

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    2021-08-27T22:33:07+00:00

    The available options are:

    A. bartenders serving alcohol

    B. students identifying their professors.

    C. Doctors diagnosing cases of schizophrenia.

    D. eyewitnesses identifying suspects from a lineup.

    Answer:

    A.  bartenders serving alcohol

    Explanation:

    This is because of the underage rule concerning sale of alcohol. Thus, there are occasional period in which underage person or a minor will want to buy alcohol, and without necessarily asking for the birth certificate or ID card that contains Age information, it is therefore, necessary for bartenders to be able to tell the age of their unfamiliar customers, by mere looking at them, so as not to sell to a minor.

    Hemce, Rhodes research in guessing the age of unfamiliar person has important implications for BARTENDERS SERVING ALCOHOL, because it will guide them to determine Underage or Minor, that want to buy alcohol from them.

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