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PERSONALITY PROCESSES AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Physical Attractiveness and Subjective Weil-Being

@inproceedings{Wolsic2004PERSONALITYPA,
  title={PERSONALITY PROCESSES AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Physical Attractiveness and Subjective Weil-Being},
  author={Brian Wolsic and F. Fujita},
  year={2004}
}
Three studies were conducted to determine whether physical attractiveness (PAT) is related to subjective well-being (SWB). In the first study (N 221), unselected students were photographed and videotaped. In the second study (N = 131), participants were selected on the basis of extremes in PAT, and in the third study (TV = 155), participants were preselected for extreme scores on SWB. Correlations between SWB and PAT varied from .03 to .33. In Study 1 the mean correlation between PAT and SWB… Expand
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