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PSY S78 D45 1990 (COL)
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Study of the BSc III students' perception of physical attractiveness and its relation to perceived intelligence
by Delgado, Teresita B
27 p. ; 29 cm.

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Added Authors:  Eugenio, Clemencia V.; Geremillo, Analiza V.
Thesis:  (Behavioral Science) -- Miriam College, 1990.
ABSTRACT:  The main focus of the study is the BSc III students' perception of physical attractiveness and its relation to perceived attractive persons are more likely to be perceived intelligent; and perceived attractiveness was correlated with perceived intelligence. The subjects of the study were forty three (43) female BSc III students of Miriam College Foundation. The main research method used in this study was the correlational method research with accidental sampling plan. In answering the questions under investigation, the researchers used survey method employing rating scales to measure perceived attractiveness and perceived intelligence. Pertinent data were gathered from the primary and secondary resources. Primary resources used were related books, journals, 1977 yearbooks and the devised rating scales. Secondary resources used and were helpful such as guidance counselors, psychometrician and BSc III students. To see if the variables were correlated, the Pearson-r was used. It was then concluded that the perceived attractive persons are usually to be perceived intelligent. It was also revealed in the study that there was a significant correlation between perceived attractiveness and perceived intelligence.
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PERSONALITY AND INTELLIGENCE
PHYSICAL ATTRACTION
 
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