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Pazhoohi, Farid; Kingstone, Alan – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Facial attractiveness in humans signals an individual's genetic condition, underlying physiology and health status, serving as a cue to one's mate value. The practice of wearing face masks for prevention of transmission of airborne infections may disrupt one's ability to evaluate facial attractiveness, and with it, cues to an individual's health…
Descriptors: Human Body, Perception, Interpersonal Attraction, Age
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Spence, Charles – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2021
In recent decades, there has been an explosion of research into the crossmodal influence of olfactory cues on multisensory person perception. Numerous peer-reviewed studies have documented that a variety of olfactory stimuli, from ambient malodours through to fine fragrances, and even a range of chemosensory body odours can influence everything…
Descriptors: Olfactory Perception, Interpersonal Attraction, Influences, Research Problems
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Bennetts, Rachel J.; Johnson Humphrey, Poppy; Zielinska, Paulina; Bate, Sarah – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Some research indicates that face masks impair identification and other judgements such as trustworthiness. However, it is unclear whether those effects have abated over time as individuals adjust to widespread use of masks, or whether performance is related to individual differences in face recognition ability. This study examined the effect of…
Descriptors: Identification, Clothing, Individual Differences, Value Judgment
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Alblehai, Fahad M. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2022
The application of different virtual reality interventions has been recently gaining interest from researchers and practitioners. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, higher education institutions increased the use of these technologies to help create much value for educators and students. The relationship between individual experience and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Experience, Computer Simulation, Interpersonal Attraction
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Kramer, Robin S. S.; Jones, Alex L. – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Facial first impressions are known to influence how we behave towards others. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we often view incomplete faces due to the commonplace wearing of face masks. Previous research has shown that perceptions of attractiveness are often increased due to these coverings, with initial evidence suggesting that this may be…
Descriptors: Recognition (Psychology), Human Body, COVID-19, Pandemics
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J. Blackmore; L. Tran; T. Hoang; M. Chou-Lee; T. McCandless; C. Mahoney; C. Beavis; L. Rowan; A. Hurem – Educational Review, 2024
This paper interrogates international and domestic peer relations in two Australian schools and how they are shaped by structural, cultural and discursive dimensions of schooling. In particular, it analyses intercultural relations between domestic and international students in the context of policies promoting…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Peer Relationship, Student Mobility, Foreign Students
Uzoma Florence Obidike – ProQuest LLC, 2023
This qualitative study examined how the conforming pressures related to physical appearance influenced the career experiences of senior-level Black women administrators in higher education. Employing a phenomenological approach, the research utilized semi-structured interviews and document analysis to delve into the participants' lived…
Descriptors: Administrators, Higher Education, Blacks, African Americans
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Luciana Zuest; Saemi Lee; Riley Lau; Janaina Fogaça; Dawn E. Clifford – International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education, 2024
To address widespread weight stigma across the physical activity landscape, scholars have emphasized the need to provide exercise professionals with educational programs that help them (a) identify their biases, (b) reflect on their assumptions about higher-weight individuals, and (c) apply tangible strategies to enhance the inclusivity of fitness…
Descriptors: Exercise, Professional Personnel, Intervention, Body Composition
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Groyecka-Bernard, Agata; Pisanski, Katarzyna; Frackowiak, Tomasz; Kobylarek, Aleksander; Kupczyk, Piotr; Oleszkiewicz, Anna; Sabiniewicz, Agnieszka; Wróbel, Monika; Sorokowski, Piotr – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2022
Purpose: The human voice is a powerful and evolved social tool, with hundreds of studies showing that nonverbal vocal parameters robustly influence listeners' perceptions of socially meaningful speaker traits, ranging from perceived gender and age to attractiveness and trustworthiness. However, these studies have utilized a wide variety of voice…
Descriptors: Adults, Speech Communication, Listening, Attitudes
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Liang, Ying; Van Horn, Struther – Journal of American College Health, 2022
Objective: The role of sexual attitudes has been largely ignored in explaining different emotional reactions to breakups among young adults. The authors examined the role of conservative sexual attitudes as a moderator of the relationship between breakups and depressive symptoms. Participants: Participants were 428 undergraduate students at a…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Dating (Social), Interpersonal Attraction, Change
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Banio-Krajnik, Adrianna – Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 2023
During dance, endorphins, the so-called happiness hormone, are released--a fact that undoubtedly favors contacts with others as well as is an excellent opportunity to establish or strengthen them. Nowadays, with dynamically progressing digitization, dance has also found its place on the Internet. Both individual users and organizations see the…
Descriptors: Group Dynamics, Dance Education, Educational Change, COVID-19
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Brosnan, M.; Gavin, J. – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
Those seeking romantic relations are increasingly using online dating sites, including young men on the autism spectrum. This study presented dating profiles with and without an explicit label of autism and positive or negative wording to 306 'females seeking a male partner'. Participants assessed the men's dating profiles in terms of perceived…
Descriptors: Social Bias, Labeling (of Persons), Interpersonal Attraction, Dating (Social)
Kirkebøen, Lars; Leuven, Edwin; Mogstad, Magne – National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Recent descriptive work suggests the type of college education (field or institution) is an important but neglected pathway through which individuals sort into homogeneous marriages. These descriptive studies raise the question of why college graduates are so likely to marry someone within their own institution or field of study. One possible…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Attraction, Marriage, College Programs, School Choice
Mercurio, Sherry – ProQuest LLC, 2022
Higher education institutions face an ongoing struggle to identify new and expanded sources of revenue outside those generated through enrollment. Alumni represent a continuing and substantial source of philanthropic funding to help solve this challenge (CASE, 2019). To effectively engage alumni, development officers must understand how alumni…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Adult Learning, Distance Education, Organizational Culture
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Bonell, Chris; Taylor, Bruce; Berry, Vashti; Priolo Filho, Sidnei R.; Rizzo, Andrew; Farmer, Caroline; Hagell, Ann; Young, Honor; Orr, Noreen; Shaw, Naomi; Chollet, Annah; Kiff, Fraizer; Rigby, Emma; Melendez-Torres, G. J. – Research Synthesis Methods, 2023
Conventional systematic reviews offer few insights into for whom and how interventions work. 'Realist reviews' examine such questions via examining 'context-mechanism-outcome configurations' (CMOCs) but are insufficiently rigorous in how evidence is identified, assessed and synthesised. We developed 'realist systematic reviews', addressing similar…
Descriptors: School Activities, Dating (Social), Interpersonal Relationship, Interpersonal Attraction
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