Recent research has highlighted the importance of female physical
attractiveness, particularly with regards to romantic relationships
and sexual behaviour. However, researchers have often failed to
distinguish between self-rated attractiveness and other objective
measures such as body mass index. The book outlines four studies,
investigating the extent to which women can accurately assess their
own physical attractiveness or the attractiveness of a potential
rival; the manner in which female attractiveness influences the
selection of a sexual strategy; and how male or female perceptions
of a person's personality are influenced by her attractiveness. The
work helps to distinguish between the contribution of objective and
subjective physical attractiveness to sexual behaviour and the
perception of an individual. The book is of particular relevance to
those with an interest in physical attractiveness, body image,
person perception or female sexual behaviour.
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