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Title: 外表、聲音與性別角色對異性吸引之影響
The effects of physical attractiveness, vocal attractiveness, and sex-roles orientation on opposite-sex attraction
Authors: 黃小玲
Huang, Hsiao Iing
Contributors: 陳皎眉
Chen, Jeaw Mei
黃小玲
Huang, Hsiao Iing
Keywords: 外表吸引力
聲音吸引力
性別角色
異性吸引
physical attractiveness
vocal attractiveness
sex-roles
opposite-sex attraction
Date: 1994
Issue Date: 2016-04-29 09:39:20 (UTC+8)
Abstract:   本研究主要目的在探討外表、聲音與性別角色對異性吸引之影響,因此以呈現目標人物之照片、錄音帶及性別角色特質描述來操弄目標人物的外表吸引力(高、低)、聲音吸引力(高、低)及性別角色傾向(符合性別角色刻板印象、不符合性別角色刻板印象)三個獨變項,並以人際判斷量表為依變項,採用受試者間設計,請受試者對所呈現之目標人物作印象判斷,最後再將趼究結果進行統計分析,以了解受試者對異性吸引在此三項特徵上受影響的情形。
  This study examined the effects of physical attractive-ness,vocal attractiveness and sex-roles orientation on opposite-sex attraction. 288 subjects(144 male and144 female)were shown an opposite-sex target's photograph of high or low physical attractiveness,a tape of high or low vocal attractiveness,and a description of the target who appeared to be sex-role-congruent or incon-gruent in his(her) trait. Then subjects judged the target's attraction on the Interpersonal Judgment Scale. Result indicated that(1)high physically or vocally attractive evoked significantly more pleasant mood and greater attraction than low physically or vocally attractive target. (2)the interaction between physical attractiveness and vocal attractiveness was significant, and also found that the interaction between vocal attractiveness and sex-roles was significant for male subjects. (3)the target's different description of sex-roles evoked different effects for male and female subjects. For male subjects, the target's sex-role was congruous with sex-role stereotypes that evoked more pleasant mood and greater attraction than sex-role was not congruous with sex-role stereotypes. For female subjects, the target's sex-role was not congruous with sex-role stereotypes that evoked more pleasant mood and greater attraction than sex-role was congruous with sex-role ster-eotypes. (4)analysis did not reveal the impacts of self rating of subjects' own physical and vocal attractiveness, sex-role stereotypes, and whether had or not boyfriends (girlfriends) on opposite-sex attraction. The suggestions for further studies and implications of this study for our understanding of the effects of physical and vocal attrac-tiveness, and sex-roles on opposite-sex attraction are discussed.
Description: 碩士
國立政治大學
心理學系
82156007
Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#B2002003172
Data Type: thesis
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