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PHILOSOPHIES OF HUMAN NATURE AND PERCEPTION OF PHYSICAL ATTRACTIVENESS

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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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