Individual differences in men's perceptions of and reactions to thinning hair.

@article{Franzoi1990IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in men's perceptions of and reactions to thinning hair.},
  author={S L Franzoi and Jeremy Anderson and S Frommelt},
  journal={The Journal of social psychology},
  year={1990},
  volume={130 2},
  pages={209-18}
}
Data obtained from 91 American male respondents, ranging in age from 23 to 66 years of age, indicated that a personality trait, public self-consciousness, pertaining to habitual attention to and concern for public self-aspects, was related to both perceptions of men with thinning hair and reactions to one's own thinning hair. Men with high public self-consciousness were not only more likely to believe that balding men were less attractive, but were also more likely to believe that balding men… CONTINUE READING

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