Female Executives: Attractiveness And Peer Perception Of Success

Study to determine if perception of success is a function of attractiveness. This paper includes methodology, definitions, review of literature, questionnaire, results & conclusions linking attractiveness & success.

Nature of the Study
The Problem and its Setting
This was a real-world study in which the peers of female executives at varying levels of attractiveness were asked to rate the executive in terms of how much success she had achieved with respect to four aspects of her job. The job aspects rated were: (1) quality of work; (2) quantity of work; (3) knowledge of the job; and (4) ability to work effectively with others.

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