attractiveness


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Its rudest form is the contempt for safety and ease, which makes the attractiveness of war.
She wore a picture-hat and a costume the keynote of which was a certain aggressive attractiveness.
Scientists showed a group of 160 women photographs of shirtless men and asked to give them an attractiveness rating.
Notably, she also found relationships between substance use and perceived attractiveness, with girls who believe they are very good looking being more likely to drink.
Scientists at St Andrews University have revealed that facial redness increases a man's attractiveness to the opposite sex.
The study titled 'Adopting a dyadic perspective to better understand the association between physical attractiveness and dieting motivations and behaviors,' took data from 113 newlywed couples in their 20s-and assessed if overall attractiveness was related to their level of relationship satisfaction.
The purpose of this research is to examine the role product positioning quality and product attractiveness advantage in order to bridge the research gap between the product innovation and consumer purchase intention.
The Fraser Institute's annual survey of mining companies, ranked Saskatchewan as the top jurisdiction for mining investment in 2016 based on the survey's Investment Attractiveness Index.
SDI's "The Colombian Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness and Emerging Opportunities to 2020: Market Profile" is an essential source of information covering the market attractiveness and emerging opportunities of the defense industry in Colombia.
SDI's "The Bruneian Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness and Emerging Opportunities to 2020: Market Profile" is an essential source of information covering the market attractiveness and emerging opportunities of the defense industry in Brunei.
1) In parallel, the academic literature has documented a positive correlation between earnings and perceived attractiveness for both men and women (Biddle and Hamermesh 1998; Hamermesh and Biddle 1994).