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

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.