EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL ATTRACTIVENESS ON PERCEIVED SUPPORT FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS
Twenty male and 20 female undergraduates viewed photographs of 30 graduating women, 15 of whom had been rated as more and 15 as less physically attractive. The subjects answered a questionnaire in part of which they rated the likelihood that 10 statements concerning women's rights applied to the posers. Consistent with previous research, the likelihood ratings did not differ significantly between the more and less attractive women.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1991-01-01
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