PHILOSOPHIES OF HUMAN NATURE AND PERCEPTION OF PHYSICAL ATTRACTIVENESS
Most studies on beauty have demonstrated advantages accruing to the beautiful person. This research examines the effects of social perceptions of differential perception of beauty; specifically, does one's philosophy of human nature affect perceptions of beauty? Sixty-two men and women rated ten passport pictures on a five point scale from very ugly to very beautiful. They also completed Wrightsman's (1974) Philosophies of Human Nature Scale. Positive correlations were obtained for four of the six subscales.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1987-01-01
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