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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -They are more popular, better liked by parents, teachers, and peers.
    -Dealt with less severely if they commit a transgression
    -Teachers give them more information, better evaluations, more opportunities to perform, and more support for their educational endeavors.
  2. -Physical attractiveness
    -the "ingredients" of a beautiful female face often included:
    --Wide cheekbones
    --Narrow cheeks
    --Broad smile
    --Wide nostrils
    --Wide eyes
    --High-placed eyes
    --Eyes set far apart
    --Large pupils
    --Large eyes relative to the size of the face
    --High eyebrows
    --Small nose
    --Small chins
    -Characteristics of an attractive male face
    --Browner skin
    --Narrower facial shape
    --Less fat
    --Fuller and more symmetrical lips
    --Darker eye brows
    --More and darker lashes
    --Upper half of the face broader in relation to the lower
    --Higher cheek bones
    --Prominent lower jaw
    --More prominent chin
    --No receding brows
    --Thinner lids
    --No wrinkles between nose and corner of the mouth
  3. -What matters at first
    --Physical attractiveness; IQ; personality
    --Attitude similarity
    --Reciprocal like Interpersonal Attraction
  4. 1) Exposure
    2) More opportunities to interact
    3) Similar economic and social backgrounds
  5. -As interaction increases, so does attraction

4 True/False questions

  1. Infants and Beauty-Infants (6 month olds) smile more at attractive than unattractive photos of adults (regardless of race of child and race of photo) and, the other way around


  2. Proximity-People near us
    -Physical Attractiveness: We like those who we like to look at
    -Similarity/Complementary: similar to us
    -Responsiveness: reciprocal liking


  3. Freshman "Welcome Week" Dance Study-Physical attractiveness the most important factor


  4. Snyder results-Males (subjects) thought experiment was about communication--had picture taken
    -Told would have conversation w/female student; given folder with a woman's picture
    --either attractive or unattractive woman (but not woman male subject was to talk with)
    --Talked on phone to a female subject; call recorded
    --Before call: male rated expected friendliness
    --After call: male rated perceived friendliness
    --Conversation rated for actual friendliness


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