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Looks or physical attractiveness is how pleasing a face or body is. Physical attractiveness is not the same as sexual attractiveness. Sexual attractiveness consists of a wider range of qualities like status, voice, movement, body odor and mutual attraction. In addition, children could be physically attractive but not sexually attractive.

Physical attractiveness is associated with a 10-point increase in IQ,[1]better socioeconomic status and self-esteem.[2]

Halo effect

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References

  1. Kanazawa, S. (2011). Intelligence and physical attractiveness. Intelligence, 39(1), 7-14. Chicago
  2. Benzeval, M., Green, M. J., & Macintyre, S. (2013). Does perceived physical attractiveness in adolescence predict better socioeconomic position in adulthood? Evidence from 20 years of follow up in a population cohort study. PloS one, 8(5), e63975.

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