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006. Table 1 shows the intercorrelations between the three measures of attractiveness, expert-rated facial attractiveness, self-rated physical attractiveness, and bodymass index. All correlations have the predicted sign and are significant. 006). Although the three measures of attractiveness are intercorrelated, I decided not to convert them into a single attractiveness scale, because the loss of information would be higher than the gain in reliability. As will become apparent in the 52 results and discussion sections analyzing the attractiveness measures separately makes possible the interpretations of seeming patterns that imply testable hypotheses for future studies.
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Attractiveness ratings as a function of BMI peak at intermediate BMI values, but the function is asymmetric. , 2002). Because people with a BMI below the attractiveness maximum are much rarer than people with a BMI greater than the attractiveness maximum, it was justified to treat the BMI as a linear variable with attractiveness increasing linearly from higher to lower BMI values (Hume & Montgomerie, 2001; Franzen & Hartmann, 2001). 3. Self-rated physical attractiveness was rated on a 9-point scale, and the following instructions were given: “Many find this question difficult to answer.