Master of Arts (MA)
The current study examines the relationship between attractiveness and dance. By viewing dance as a form of social competence and self-presentation, the study attempts to place dance, a previously understudied area within, the context of communication research. Through the lens of implicit personality theory and the attractiveness stereotype, the paper examines the effects of physical attractiveness on perceived dance ability as well as the effects of dance ability on physical, social, and task attractiveness.
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St.Cyr, Kellie, "Dance dance attribution: exploring the relationship between dance and attractiveness in intial perceptions" (2009). LSU Master's Theses. 3195.