Assessment of facial self-image by means of a distorting mirror and its relationship to personality.

Abstract

A flexible distorting mirror was used to give a distorted image of volunteers, who then attempted to alter the mirror to give a true reflection of their faces. Their accuracy in performing this task was correlated with age, sex, extroversion, neuroticism and also with total body and facial self-image as obtained from questionnaires. On average, subjects… (More)

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