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Correlational findings

Study Dilger et al. (2013): study DE 2010

Public:
Scholars, Germany, 2010
Survey name:
Unnamed study
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 49
Non Response:
35%
Assessment:
Multiple assesment methods

Correlate

Authors's Label
physical appearance
Our Classification
Distribution
Attractiveness: M = 4.75; SD = 1.09
Competence: M = 7.19; SD = 0.82
Trustworthiness: M = 6.88; SD = 0.84
Likeability: M = 6.76, SD = 1.00
Operationalization
Students of the University of Munster were asked to  look at the photos and to assess the photographed persons' attractiveness, competence, trustworthiness, likeability and their feelings of happiness.

Rated (Likert scale):
0
:
10 (best possible score)

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-CA-u-rdv-n-11-a r = +.45 p < .001 Happy appearance by attractive appearance A-CA-u-rdv-n-11-a r = +.44 p < .001 Happy appearance by competent appearance A-CA-u-rdv-n-11-a r = +.60 p < .001 Happy appearance by trustworthy appearance A-CA-u-rdv-n-11-a r = +.86 p < .001 Happy appearance by likeable appearance M-FH-?-sq-n-11-a r = -.09 ns Self-reported happiness by attractive appearance M-FH-?-sq-n-11-a r = +.08 ns Self-reported happiness by competent appearance M-FH-?-sq-n-11-a r = +.15 ns Self-reported happiness by trustworthy appearance M-FH-?-sq-n-11-a r = +.21 ns Self-reported happiness by likeable appearance M-FH-?-sq-n-11-a r = +.27 p < .1 Self-reported happiness by happy appearance