Beauty in Mind: The Effects of Physical Attractiveness on Psychological Well-Being and Distress

@article{Gupta2016BeautyIM,
  title={Beauty in Mind: The Effects of Physical Attractiveness on Psychological Well-Being and Distress},
  author={Nabanita Datta Gupta and N. Etcoff and M. Jaeger},
  journal={Journal of Happiness Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={1313-1325}
}
Attractive people enjoy many social and economic advantages. Most studies find effects of attractiveness on happiness or life satisfaction, but based on traditional cross-sectional approaches. We use a large longitudinal survey consisting of a sample of male and female high school graduates from Wisconsin followed from their late teens to their mid-1960s. The panel construction of the data and the fact that interviews of the siblings of the respondents are available allow us to analyze the… Expand
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