The effect of Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) on apparent sickness, directly and via mediators including tiredness from Identification of acutely sick people and facial cues of sickness
2017-12-12T11:15:54Z (GMT) by
Fig. S1. The effect of Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) on apparent sickness, directly and via the mediators Patchy skin (Pat_S), droopy mouth (Dro_M), pale lips (Pale_Lips), Glossy skin (G_S), swollen face (S_F), red eyes (R_Eye), hanging eye-lids (H_Eye), pale skin (Pale_Skin), and apparent tiredness. The effects of cues and apparent tiredness on apparent sickness are β-weights (to the right, under the heading ”Effect on apparent sickness”) and the effects of LPS correspond to Cohen's d (to the left, under the heading ”Effect on cues”). The placement of the mediator along the x-axis corresponds to the degree of mediation (per cent mediation, vertical line inside box), with 95% CI (width of the box). The scales for cues range from 1 “no symptoms” to 7 “very high symptoms”. *p<0.001, †p<0.05.