" Their Ideas of Beauty Are , on the Whole , the Same as Ours " : Consistency and Variability in the Cross-Cultural Perception of Female Physical Attractiveness

@inproceedings{Cunningham2004TI,
  title={" Their Ideas of Beauty Are , on the Whole , the Same as Ours " : Consistency and Variability in the Cross-Cultural Perception of Female Physical Attractiveness},
  author={Michael R. Cunningham and Alan R. Roberts and Anita P Barbee and Perri B. Druen and Cheng-Huan Wu Chung-Yuan},
  year={2004}
}
The consistency of physical attractiveness ratings across cultural groups was examined. In Study 1, recently arrived native Asian and Hispanic students and White Americans rated the attractiveness of Asian, Hispanic, Black, and White photographed women. The mean correlation between groups in attractiveness ratings was r = .93. Asians, Hispanics, and Whites were equally influenced by many facial features', but Asians were less influenced by some sexual maturity and expressive features. In Study… CONTINUE READING
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