Year of Publication
College of Arts and Sciences
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP)
60 undergraduate students evaluated male and female counselors on fifteen counselor variables based on listening to a tape recording of a counselor self-introduction paired with an attractive or unattractive picture. Two groups served as control groups; they heard the tape but received no picture. The attractive counselor was perceived as significantly more decisive, interesting, caring, open-minded, likable and better adjusted than the unattractive counselor. These effects were more pronounced for the female counselors than for the male counselors.
Sanders, Connie H., "Physical Attractiveness: Its Influence on the Perception of Counselors" (1982). UNF Theses and Dissertations. 697.