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Factorial Designs Sexy Appearance




Factorial Designs;Sexy Appearance;This is a factorial design, between subjects;Wookey, M. L., Graves, N. A., & Butler, J. C., (2009). Effects of a sexy appearance on perceived competence of women. The Journal of Social Psychology, 149, 116-118. doi:10.3200/SOCP.149.1.116-118;Summary: This study sought to determine if a woman?s appearance influences perceptions of her ability to;perform a job. Undergraduates rated photographs of women as part of a 2 (Career: office assistant vs. CEO) X 2;(Appearance: professional attire vs. sexual attire) design. Participants rated photos along several dimensions such as grade point average, organizational skills, leadership, dependability, and intelligence. The findings, that a sexually dressed CEO was perceived most negatively, replicated a previous study.;Statistics Used: Two-way ANOVA;Features: Person Perception, Replication and Extension;Questions;1. What are the design elements (IV, DV) and operational definitions?;2. What are the potential confounds?;3. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the study design?;4. Would these findings generalize to other types of jobs?;Provide examples to support the ideas.;5. Could other types of attire lead to unfavorable impressions?;Provide examples to support the ideas.;6. How could the researchers measure the participants? perceptions without using self -report?;Why might new measures be a good idea?;7. In what contexts can appearance be negative for men?;Provide examples to support the ideas.;Attachment Preview;sexy appearance article.pdf;The Journal of Social Psychology, 2008, 148(2), xxxxxx;2009, 149(1), 116118;Copyright 2008 Heldref Publications...;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 7;Level of Detail: Show all work;Other Requirements: Just answer the questions correctly it does not have to be 7 pages. Some questions have multiple questions within


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