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This study investigated how information about an individual's enjoyment of various genres of music, film, and TV programming could influence an observer's expectations of that individual. An online survey of young adults found that the influence of information about another person's genre preferences varied across genres. Enjoyment of some genres, including jazz music, film comedies, and television comedies, tended to raise expectations of the individual, whereas enjoyment of others, includingdoi:10.1080/10570310701653794 fatcat:gwyt5xnm3zffpnw3rd6u6wavh4