An Evolutionary Theory of Female Physical Attractiveness

@inproceedings{Singh2006AnET,
  title={An Evolutionary Theory of Female Physical Attractiveness},
  author={D. Singh},
  year={2006}
}
  • D. Singh
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Physical attractiveness, despite sustained exhortations that beauty is only skin deep and that one should not judge the book by its cover, significantly impacts practically every aspect of interpersonal relationships. Physically attractive women are admired and handsomely paid to be models, glamorized as movie actresses, and blamed for being greatly responsible for widespread body dissatisfaction and eating disorders in young women. The argument that fairy tales and the media link physical… CONTINUE READING
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