A number of studies have found that our names change the way people judge our personality, age and more.
In a study published May 8, scientists at Syracuse University in New York asked 500 university students to rate 400 popular names spanning 70 years.
Questions came in the format: 'Imagine that you are about to meet Samantha. How competent/warm/old do you think she is when you see her name?'
Scientists used their results to assess which names were perceieved as being competent,