(I know you've already decided, but more proof is here and here.)
We are hardwired to decide in an instant and then say "Once I've made up my mind you cannot persuade me with the facts." ( Sadly, refusing to consider new information once you've made up your mind explains quite a bit about political partisanship).
So clearly our rapid cognition has a huge impact on hiring decisions. But it actually has a much bigger impact long before the interview.
Your first impression (on a candidate) actually happens long before they come to meet with you. Your first impression happens the very first time a candidate comes in contact with your organization.